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Issue 74 ■ June 1994 £3.99 overseas price ws m ijl*s 



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There are examples of using and displaying IFF files, Datatypes, Gadtools gadgets & menus, Tasks, Sound etc. 

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Amiga support pledge 
as [BID losses continue 



SOFTWARE and hardware developers 
"ave promised to continue supporting I he- 
Amiga even if Commodore fail to survive 
the« cash crisis. 

With a massive user base for the com- 
puter around Europe, companies are confi- 
dent they can continue lo make profit from 
Amiga products for several more years.. 

Their commitment comes as financially- 
'joubled Commodore posted an S&.2 million 
toss tor their second quarter - traditionally 
ffie year's most successful sales period. 

But sales slumped lo just $70.1 million 
from S237.7 million in the corresponding 
period a year ago and shares in the compa- 
ny sank from S3 to 37 cents each on ihe 
announcement, 

The weak performance was blamed on 



financial constraints which hampered the 
firm's ability lo supply products and poor 
economic conditions in Europe - 
Commodore's key market. 

Although the cash shortfall has been cut 
back considerably, the company had pre- 
dicted they would return to profitability in 
the quarter and now maintain negative 
equity. 

They have warned that without financial 
hetp they couid be thrown into reorganisa- 
tion or liquidation proceedings, and are talk- 
ing with creditors about proposed 
restructuring. 

Power Computing boss Tony Laniri's 
comments, were typical of those from Amiga 
developers: 

"With so many Amigas in use around the 




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world, there's al least three or four years' 
life left in the machine even if Commodore 
go down," he said 

And most industry figures believe thai 
even if Commodore crash the Amiga name 
will continue, and al press time there was 
Speculation of an imminent take Over of the 
firm. 

But Commodore's managing director for 
finance and operations, Colin Proudfoot. is 
confident the company will continue trading: 
"Commodore have the survival instinct." he 
said. 

"Market conditions will improve- - 
our restructuring programme has already 
resulted in reduced losses - and demand 
for our product will continue to grow 
In 1994." 



Free tickets far Amiga show 

AMIGA dealer Gasteiner (081-345 6000) are offering 
200 Amiga Computing readers free tickets to their 
Spotlight "94 computer show due to he held on May 2S and 

The event will be at the Novotel Hotel in Hammersmith. 
London and according to the organiser has a line up of 
exhibitors including HiSofl, Meridian. AlfaData and Power 
Computing. 

They are expected to show several new Amiga 
products including a 12-bit sound card for the A 1200. new 
software from the United Stales and a range of CD32 
add-ons. 

A SCSI hard drive controller tor the A4OO0 will be shown 
tor the first time and Microvitee plan to display their latest 
multi-sync monitor, Ihe 143S. 

Frgm German peripheral manufacturer BSC there will be a 
A120Q ROM drive and Golden Image promise to offer dis- 
counts on their hardware. 

The first 20Q people to call 081-345 6573 and quote 
reference AMC1 will each receive free entrance. 



flpproual stamp to aid buying 



A SEAL of approval aimed at making life 
easier for Amiga owners looking to buy 
software and hardware is soon to be 
launched by Commodore. 

The manufacturer says the stamp will 
be issued only after third-party products 
have undergone "rigorous" tests in their 
US and UK offices. 

Disk drives, scanners and 
memory expansions are 
expected lo be among the 
first peripherals to 
be given the seal, 
and should be available 
wilhin the next few 
weeks. 

But already the scheme 
is facing difficulties, with 
several players within the 
market saying (hey are unwilling 




to pay hefty fees to Commodore for the 
use of the stamp. 

"We want to give users reassurance 
when they invest in a machine," said 
Commodore's David P feasance. 

*The seal of approval will provide that 
reassurance - a guarantee of quality for 
the best peripherals and software* 
But one industry figure, who 
didn't want lo be named, 
said end users could find 
themselves picking up the 
cos is or getting products 
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flminet goes [D 

A CD-ROM containing 3,800 Amiga pro- 
grams from the Amine! Internel archive 
is now available Irom easterner (081 ■ 
345 6000). 

lis 650 Mb of software ranges from 
games to business applications and pro- 
gramming tools, and contains more than 
100 demos of full price packages. 

According to Gasteiner the Am in el 
disc is in ISQ-9S60 format and can he 
read from most CD systems. It cannot 
be booted from CDTV. Price, £49.99. 

Handy colour 

POWER Computing (0234 8433&B) will 
soon add an 1 8-bil colour hand scanner 
to their range of Amiga products. 

The El 49 device will come with the 
full version of Migraph's optical charac- 
ter recognition software and should he 
compatible with all Amigas. 

68030 comes cheap 

VIPER will be the A120O's cheapest 

68030 accelerator when it is 
launched by Bedford-based Power 
Computing (0234 843388) in Ihe next 
lew weeks. 

The board will feature a 28MHz ver- 
sion of the 6H03Q and be able to accept 
up to 128Mb of memory. A batlery- 
backed clock will come as standard and 
SCSI-1 1 as an option, 

Prices remain to be finalised, but 
head of the company Tony Laniri 
expects the unpopulated board to cost 
in the region of El SO. 

Pegger spreads Jpeg 

A UTILITY which has been designed to 
enable programs lhal don't support Jpeg 
■mages to use them automatically has 
jjusl found a British distributor. 

By monitoring drawers. Pegger is able 
to convert Jpeg pictures into a format 
compatible with most Amiga packages, 
and its compression Is claimed to offer 
great hard disk saving. 

It sells for £99.95 from Meridian 
Software Distribution (0&1-543 3500). 



Colour refills 



COLOUR mkjet printer owners can now 
refill emply cartridges using Tri-colour 
Refill The pack includes 20ml each of 
magenta., yellow and cyan inks. It is sold 
toy llford-based Jerome Russell (081- 
478 7771) for £9.99. 



[D-HOITI lihBlu for H1200 



IT is now likely lhal a CD-ROM drive for the A120O will 
be launched by Commodore this autumn. 

The device has been under development for around 
a year, bul last Chnstmas the firm announced the pro- 
ject had been shelved because of technical difficulties. 

Commodore are now considering 
the release of the CD1200 without 
compatibility for Mpe-g full motion video. 

When plugged mlo an A 1200, such 
a drive would be able to load many 
CD32 games and audio compact 
discs, bul unable to play video CDs 
or software containing video clips. 
Release of the drive is likely to delight 
Ihe many At 200 owners who haueesked 



for CD compatibility, but CD32 players are worried tha 
It will hold back FMV games. 

They believe some games mak- 
ers will hold hack on developing 
titles containing video footage 
because they will be able tc 
sell discs to owners of both 
machines without extra work. 
According to industry sources ihe 
drive has already gone into production for 
~S sale in Germany, and Commodore say ihe', 

have not set a provisional price for the British 
market, 

C012Q0: AtSOO to 
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London gets 
dealt an HIE 



THE second Amiga Centre of 
Excellence (ACE) has just opened in 

central London. 

The new centre is run by multimedia 
specialists Pr&rmer Vision and aims lo 
provide a one-stop service for profes- 
sional users looking for complete 
solutions. 

It is hoped that ACE will spread 
nationwide and into Europe - with 
each centre combining advice and 
technical help with the ability to tailor a 
system to individual customer's needs. 

"We'll continue what we've always 
been doing - but much better in cen- 
tral London." said Premier Vision 
director Andy Gould. "The concept of 
ACE is a very good thing for the 
Amiga." 

Commodore's multimedia sates 
manager Kieron Sumner added: "More 
and more professional users are turn- 
ing to the Amiga as a uniquely versa- 
tile and affordable platform. 

"Whai ACE offers them is a dedicat- 
ed, knowledgeable base to tailor a 
complele package to their particular 
needs." 

Premier Vision are at The Foundry, 
156 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 
BEN. Tel; 071-721 7050, 





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JUNE 1 994 






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IT1u5i(-H makes 
music easii 



MIDi sequencing program Music-X has been 
improved with the addilion of new modules 
aimed at making it easier for musicians to 
create songs. 

Among the new features is a better 
Amiga Audio Player which gives more 
than a dozen extra Midi commands and 
recognises Attack Velocity when playing 
samples. 

A DeFlam module has been added to 
allow grace notes and finger crushes which 
occur during recording to be removed with- 
out quantizing. 

An improved Quantise module aims to 
allow more accurate selection of what lo 
quantise and has supped groups such as 
Triplets. 

And sequences can be printed to a file or 
disk for editing using the new Print Event List 
feature. 

Version two also comes with Notator-X, a 
Wysiwyg notation publishing program which 
allows both packages to be run together to 
transform scores without needing disk 
access. 

The £149.99 software is expected to go 
on sale during July from The Software 
Business (04BQ 496497). Upgrades from 
earlier versions should be available within 
the- nexji tew weeks. 




(D Amigas access PhototO 



PHOTOWORX Is the first Kodak-licensed software to enable 
Amigas fitted with XA-compatible CD-ROM drives to access Pholo 
CD 

Images are loaded into Ihe computer by the user double-clicking 
on lha mouse and Ihe program has support for all Amiga screen 
resolutions 

Owners ol OpalVision EGS, Picasso, Retina and Piccolo will see 
the benefit of their graphics boards and there is a range of image 
processing capabilities. 

Pictures can be saved in Amiga IFF file format and output to 
mono or colour printers. It sells for £89.95 from Blittersoft (0908 
220196). 






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integrated DTP type facilities. 

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Uideo spectacular heads to Europe 



EUROPEANS are now able to use ore of Ihe Amiga's most spectacular 
peripherals - Newtek's Video Toaster. 

The system, which manipulates graphics, animation and test with video, 
has already become popular with television production companies across 
Ihe United Slates. 

Now. by combining it with Prime Image's Passport 4000 converter, the 
Video Toaster car be used with Europe's PAL broadcasting system. 

Although expensive for everyday Amiga enthusiasts, ihe device is a 
cheap alternative for traditional TV and film equipment needed lo make lop 
video effects. 

The Video Toaster makes ii possible for MOOOs to perform a number of 
digital effects lo progress from one video scene to ihe next. 

They include video frames which fly out of the screen, poured water, 
shattered glass and lorn page - in addition to the producer being able to 
create their own. 

And animators will be targeted for its sophisticated Lightwave software, 
which can be used lo rondor and sculpt images 

Commodore's national multimedia sales manager Kieron Sumner said: 
"Every Amiga user realises Ihe huge potential of the range. The Video 
Toaster changes potential into reality. 

"I'm convinced its availability here will propel the Amiga towards domina- 
tion of the TV special effects marker 

Experts, however, say the conversion lowers the quality too 
much for it to be used professionally by the European television and film 
industry. 

NewTek, who deny rumours that they are working on a PAL version of 
Video Toaster, can be telephoned in Kansas, USA on 010 1 913 228 8000 
and Prime Image on 010 1 409 867 6519, 




Pmport 4000: Bring* 
Video Tttitttvr to Europe 




Speeding up with 
German boards 

TWO boards designed lo boost the 
speed of the A1200 and A4QOa are due 
lor imminent release by Germany-based 
developer Advanced Systems and 
Software, 

Blizzard 1230-11 Turbo Board comes 
with a 68EC030 processor running at 
40MHz, a 5CS1-H DMA controller, a bat- 
tery-backed clock and can be expanded 
with up to 64Mb of memory. 

A high-end version of the board fitted 
with a 50MHz processor and a memory 
managing unit will be available for the 
speed hungry. 

The MMU is used by the Amiga In 
applications such as virtual memory or 
remapping of the KSckstarl operating sys- 
tem to fast RAM instead of using rt from 
slower ROM. 

ASS claim ihelr second board will give 
owners of A4000A)30s twice the operating 
performance of an unaccelerated machine 
by doubling the processor's speed, 

The 40MHz version Is expected to cost 
£250 and the 50MHz model will be priced 
j u st under £^00 Gordon Harwood are 
ASS's British distributor and can be tele- 
phoned on 0773 8367B1 . 

Hombo maue 

RQM0O, makers of video dig Miser Vidi- 
Amiga, have moved to 2B Young Square, 
Brucefield Industrial Estate, Livingston 
EH54 9BX The new telephone number is 
0606 414631 



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£S0 price cut 



[DBS price tumbles in 
summer promotion 

CD32 will have its price cut by £50 within the next few weeks, as 
part of a summer promotion aimed at stimulating sales of the 
machine. 

The move brings Commodore's new Spectacular Voyage 
pack down to C249 and according to the manufacturer 
makes the machine the best value games console in 
the world. 

Inside the bundle, the CD32 is accompanied by two software 
lilies, Psygnosis" Microcosm and Renegade's Chaos Engine - 
and, while stocks last, four games from the Dangerous Streets 
pack, 

Commodofe's David Pleasance said: "Amiga CD32 Is nol just 
the world's most sophisticated games console - it's also a gen- 
uine home entertainment platform. 

"At this new price it just obliterates everything else on the 
market. If you want to buy a console there's simply nothing else 
worth considering." 



Opalllision 
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A COMPLETE OpalVision Desktop Video i 
System which is claimed by its maker to 
set new standards was launched recently 
in the United States, 

The main board - which is already pop- 
ular with Amiga owners - gives a true 24- 
bit display with a palette of 16.7 million 
colours, and comes with leading paint pro- 
gram Opal Paint. 

Adding the OpalVision Video processor 
provides hundreds of pre-defined 3D 
digital video effects as well as an 
unlimited number which can be user- 
created. 

It features a real-time 24 -bit frame grab- 
ber - which does not need a lime-based 
corrector - and a gen took with chroma, 
luma and transparency keying. Software is 
supplied for the creation and edging of dig- 
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Completing the system, OpaiVlsiOn 
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device- 
It is a rack-mourn able video switcher 
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A linear transparency key provides con- 
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"OpalVision sets new standards for the 
desktop video industry, " claimed 
OpalVision project technical director Gary 
Rayner. 

"The quality and variety of our 
digital video effects, the versatility of 
our switcher and the breadth of our func- 
tionality puts OpalVision way ahead of the 
pack." 

The system self-configures for both PAL 
and NTSC modes and is available in 
Britain through Indi (0543 419999). The 
main board costs £349 and each module 
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THE first Amiga accelerator lo use Motorola's top-end 
66060 processor is promised for release this summer 

from specialist Advanced Systems and Software. 

Cyberstorm 060/50 will use a 50MHz version of Ihe 
chip which the developer claims will boost the A4000's 
operating speed from 16 million instructions per second 
to 70nnips. 

The CI. 200 system will consist of a Cyberstorm Carrier 
Board fitted with a CPU module and a memory board thai 
can accept up to 128Mb of fast RAM. 

A4Q00 owners who do nol need quite as much perfor- 
mance from their computer will be targeted for the £800 
Cyberstorm 040/040. 

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and a half times compared to a standard A4000/040. 

Both products will have extension capabilities. A cache 
module which connects to ihe CPU is promised to give 
"Significant" performance increase. 

And a communications module still under development 
will provide a SCSl-ll interface, and Ethernet controller 
and high speed serial ports 

Looking to the future, ASS boss Wolf Dieln'ch says lhat 
Cyberstorm based on a 68060 running at 66MHz should 
run top-end Amigas at more than 90mips. 

Advanced Systems & Software can be telephoned in 
Germany on 010 49 69 5488130. and iheir British distrib- 
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hanks to information supplied during 
recent surveys it's became obvious 
that Floppy-based Amiga& are m 
ctecline- According to our research at least 40 
percent of Amiga Computing's existing reader- 
ship are already devoted hard dish users. 

Add these existing converts lo the battalions 
of floppy users who intend 10 upgrade as soon 
as the cash becomes available and you have a 
strong argument in favour of installation. 

Given these facts, it would appear a strange 
marketing plan to exclude the hard disk from 
any imminent software' retease. Even so, a fair- 
ly extensive straw poll of games enthusiasts 
came up with an estimate that only about 40 
per cent of games sold ship with an installation 
option. 

This is even more annoying when you con- 
sider that almost every productivity package 
sold on the machine offers the option to install 
as standard, 

Obviously in certain areas of the games mar- 
ket the situation is very similar, as most graphic 
adventures and simulations also ship wilh 
installers 

In most cases Such games usually - and 
quite rightly - insist on some form of password 
protection, either in the form of a code- wheel or 
via ihe manual. Greal, I've got no problem wilh 
spending a second or two deciphering the 
occasional code, so why not extend the proce- 
dure to all Amiga games? 

In their defence, most software houses 
would claim trvat due to the sheer size of such 
games, installation is almost a prerequisite. In 
addition, software which fits into this genre usu- 
ally sells lo the more mature games enthusiast 
who is - in their opinion - less likely to pirate 
software. 

Add lo Itiat ine complexity of such games 
and the subsequent dependency on a manual 
and you have a much more secure platform for 
sales. All fairly logical argument perhaps, but in 
my experience a pirate isn't likely lo hang up 
his or her Jolly Roger jus! because they've 
turned 25. 

This argument is bolstered by Ihg PC mar- 
ket, which is becoming increasingly ravaged by 
Ihe scourge of software seas, and yet almost 
every PC program sold offers installation as 
standard, and when they don't, sales often 
plummet, 

Basically the problem appears be pes of per- 
ception, Amiga users are obviously seen as 
potential criminals in Ihe eyes o! software 



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Hard times 




With the huge mmm in hard drive safes, — i 
why is it so many Amiga releases stiil don't install? - 
Paul Rustin puts some old excuses to the sword — 







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developers But if we're nothing mors than com- 
puter-based kleptomaniacs, why is it that the 
Amiga still accounts for 50 per cent of total 
computer games sales in the UK? 

This figure becomes even more impressive 
when you consider the Amiga is probably out- 
numbered by the PC by a factor of al least len 
to one I'm not trying to suggest that ihere isn't 
a piracy problem on the Amiga - of course 
there is - but the same is equally true on the 
PC platform, 

Thr$ brings us back to the question of protec- 
tion, If it works for flight sims and so on, why 
shouldn't the same be true for more convention- 
al games like Desert Slrike, and classic sports 
sims such as Goal or Sensible Soccer - all of 
which would have benefited immensely from 
hard drive installation? 

The software houses would argue that once 
a game is installable it invariably becomes easi- 
er lo pirate. In that case, why nol pile on the 
protection with code wheels which can't be pho- 
tocopied or whatever it takes? 

I) it's a matter of people hacking into the code 
and actually cracking the game, there's little 
anyone can do excepl the programmers, and to 
be honest for such professional pirates installa- 
tion isn't really a consideration. After all they've 
been doing the same to floppies for years so 
what difference will installation make to (hem? 

OK, you may ask what ail the fuss is about. If 
you can't wait a couple of minutes for a game to 
load, or simply aren't willing to swap ihe occa- 



sional disk, tough? If you cant handle a bit of 
inconvenience, who cares? Buy a different 
game or gel something similar elsewhere. 

It's this last point which worries me more 
than anything else. If the buying public can't 
get what they want from the Amiga, why 
shouldn't they look elsewhere? After ail, every- 
thing installs on the PC, doesnt it... 

If you're not an existing hard drive user this 
may seem a rather extreme argument but 
believe me if s not a million miles from reality. 
Until you've used & hard drive it's hard to 
appreciate how dependent you become on 
them. 

Ms a bit like owning a car - when you've 
never had one they're just another means of 
getting from A-to-B, bui drag a passing 
motorist from their cosy little hatchback and 
swap it for a bus pass and you'll soon discover 
what a bit of inconvenience can do lo people. 

Basically it's high time that software houses 
had a little more confidence in the people who 
keep them in their company cars. If not, this 
paranoia with protector* could seriously back- 
fire. Although many would have you believe 
otherwise, the Amiga market is maturing all the 
time, and if the software houses don't wake up 
to the fact that the expectations of the buying 
public are evolving too, we'll all suffer at the 
expense of lesser machines. /r-jf 

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Always boot from your CoverDisk when de- 
archiving applications. The installer pro- 
grams can be located via ihe install icon 
*ith the appropriate name in ihe 
.VB_2&3_ Only drawer. 

The de-archiving procedure has been 
™iuch improved and now combines the 
power of the official Commodore inslailer 
program with thai of Workbench 2.0 and 3 0. 

The installer program is designed lo be 
powerful yet simple for the beginner and 
features a user-friendly interface allowing 
you to de- archive programs with a minimum 
amount of fuss. The installer programs for 
Workbench 2 and 3 users can be located via 
the icons named: 



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The Files drawer con- 
lains all the utilities | 
set up so that you 
can use them from 
the CoverDisk. A 
Games drawer is also 
provided, so that you 
can play Ihese imme- 
diately. II you want to 
install the games 
make sure you copy 
all the necessary files 
across as listed in the 
CoverDisk pages, 




eg; 



In*tlLL[p.'DgrBI naiel 



InitBllPFH 



To run, simply double click on the icon 
which will load up the installer program. 

Using the installer 

ignore the buttons that appear when the 
nstaller program tools up and simply click 
on the Proceed button. The program wilt 
then copy the necessary files to RAM. 

Once this has finished it will inform you 
that it is about to format a disk in DFO- Click 




on Proceed, at which point you will be told 
lo insert a blank disk ready for formatting. 

Once you have clicked On Proceed. Ihe 
installer will indicate that it is formatting the 
disk in DFO. When this has finished, click 
on Proceed again to start the de-archiving 
procedure. When the application has been 
de-archived you will be toid where the de- 
archived files are. Click once again on 
Proceed to finish. 

If at any time you are unsure as to 
whether you want to continue installing, you 
can click on the Abort Install button. 

Occasionally, utilities may need to add 
instructions to your User-Slartup file located 
in the S director so lhat they will function 
correctly. If you want to add Ihe instruc- 
tions, click on Proceed when, prompted. 



Tfi* Work-bench 
2.0 and 3,0 

in.tl.nHcr Icon 



Ihe flmffi (ompiftmg (ouerQish is 
designed to be as simple to use as — 
possible. Follow these instructions and 
wu'H be up and running in no time! 



Bant worry about th* inxtallBr options. 
Simply click on the Proceed button 



De-archiuing applications - 
Workbench 1.3 




Always boot from your CoverDisk when de-archiving 
applications, The installer programs can be Uoeated via 
ihe install icon with the appropriate name in the 
WB_1.3_ Only drawer. 



eg: 



ln5t»tl[proqrll flilfl.1,3 



lnitiUPFM.3 



When you load up the 1.3 installer the program will first 
prepare itself ready to de-archive ihe program to a 



AHar 

inserting a 

blank di*k 

pre** jf to 

continue or 

"n" to abort 






blank disk(s). You will then be asked to insert a disk to 
be formatted into DFO and either press y lo continue or 
n lo abort. 

Provided you answer y, the disk you insed will be 
formatted and the application de-archived. 

Installing utilities 

You should first run the MakeUtilitiesDisk 1.3 to lormal 
a blank disk called ACUtilities which will be used to 
store any utilities you eventually install, 

This disk can be used with future CoverDisk utilities 
until il becomes full The MakeUtilitiesDiskl.3 program 
will be a permanent feature of the CoverOisk. 

To install any utilities, boot your machine with your 
CoverDisk inserted in DFO. Utilities can be installed by 
Clicking on their install icon lound in the appropriate 
drawer in the WB_1.3_Only drawer. You cannot specify 
their destination and any additions to the Startup- 
Sequence musl oe done manually. 

When installed the utilities are copied to a drawer 
called ACUtils on the ACUtiiities disk. 



We have now managed to fix the prob- 
lem with AmlgaDOS displaying a "disk 
is write protected" requester when a 
write-enabled disk is insetted. Just 
make sure you insert a blank disk 
when the Installer programs tell you - 
end not before or after. 



Installing utilities 

The procedure for installing utilities is much 
the same as installing applications, except 
that you can boot from your hard drive or 
Workbench disk. As utilities don't need to be 
do-archived, you are asked to specify a 
directory on your hard drive or Workbench 
disk where you would like lo install them. 

If you don't want to install lo the default 
directory you can change il by clicking on 
Change Destination. The Show Drives but- 
ton will allow you to select a new device and 
directory- You can create a new drawer for 
your utility to go in by clicking on the Make 
Mew Drawer button and typing in Ihe name. 

You can also make a utilities disk by tun- 
ning the MakeU(ililiesDisk1.3 program locat- 
ed in the WB_1 .3_on1y drawer and installing 
your utilities to here. At times you may be 
asked if you want lo install s utility's docu- 
mentation, A tick box indicates itiat the docu- 
mentation is selected for inclusion, bul you 
can click on the bos lo ignore rl or simply 
click on the Skip This Part button. 

The' utility installer programs can be found 
in the appropriate program drawer in the 
WB_2&3. Only drawer. 



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De-archiuing 

ijour [ouerDish 

Workbench 2.0 and 3.0 

Users of Workbench later than 1.3 can 
use the official Commodore installer 

program which we have especially 
adapted to de-archive the contents of 
the CoverDisks with the minimal 
amount of fuss. 

The installer is simple to use; 
lust follow the Instructions and 
cfick ihe buttons, Make sure you boot 
from your CoverDisk with the disk I 
wrile enabled when de-archiving 
Personal Fonts Maker and Epoch 
Master. 

When installing Spooler and 
DTree boot from your Workbench 
disk or hard drive as the programs 
are installed onto these disks, 
although any auto-booiing disk 
will do, 

Workbench 1.3 

Users with 1.3 machines should dou- 
ble click on the lnsialtPFM_1 ,3 to 
de-archive ihe Personal Fonts Maker 
program. We will be working to 
adapl the Commodore installer so 
that II works on 1.3 machines in the 
future. 

Hard drive installation 

Herd drive owners should simply 
copy Ihe de-archived programs across 
but will need to make an assign for 
Personal Fonts Maker to work 
properly. 

Load up Ed then load the startup- 
sequence file located in the S directo- 
ry. Just before the LoadWB command 
type in: 

Anign PfP: Cpithnjir] 

Save the startup-sequence by press- 
ing Esc - x and then Return. 




Take control 
of Naur finances 

If mm fimmes need a shahs up took no further iff an 

ftiSoft 's My working ft-Spread S spreadsheet 




and graph rreator, says Steve White 



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-Spread 2 is a fully functional 
spreadsheet that will allow you to 
keep your finances in check without 
the hassle of dragging out the calcu- 
lator and folders crammed wilh documents. 

The program is ready-to-use and all you 
need lo do to load it up is to insert CoverDisk 
1 into drive DFO: and reset your Amiga. 

The advantages of a spreadsheet pro- 
gram such as K-Spread 2 are many. 
Spreadsheets otter a clear and concise way 
of storing financial information without Ihe 
meed to keep hold of bills, statements and 
transachon papers. 

Also, when you have created a spread- 
sheet you can use it over and over again as 



all ihe calculations are performed by your 
Amiga. 

When K-SprearJ 2 has loaded, double- 
click on |he disk icon. Inside the window you 
will find the main KSpread program and the 
graph generator KSpreadG. 

Printer Is a preferences program that will 
allow you to specify the type of printer you 
are using. We have already included 
EpsonQ. EpsonX. Slar24Plus and StarQPIus 
as these are the most common printer 
setups. Double-dick on the KSpread icon to 
load up ihe main program. You will be pre- 
sented with K-Spread's main display window 
made up of the spreadsheet cells, the Edil 
window and the main menus. All spread- 




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Yov can only do this 
with (he solid cursor 



sheet applications are made up of cells as 
«wy make it tar easier for the program to 
perform calculations, The cells are refer- 
enced by letters across (he top and numbers 
down the left-hand side. Therefore, every 
cs« can be quickly referenced - B6, A3 for 
sample. 

Yog will also notice that there are two dif- 
ipenl cursors on the screen - an outline cur- 
sor and a solid cursor. The outlined cursor 
rdtcales the cell presently being edited and 
the solid cursor indicates the copy and paste 
nnatiofl. 

Take a look al the small window to the 
lop-left of (he screen behind K-Spread 2s 
'nam window, This is called the Edit window 
and it is here that you type in your cell data, 

There are four different types of dale that 
can be slored in a cell and these are Value - 
ordinary numbers, Text - a description, 
Formula - a formula lor calculating the con- 
tents of a cell or more, and Label which Is 
used simply as a heading or inside a formula 
as a reference to a row or column. 

You can change the data type in the Edit 
window by pressing the Tab key. The pre- 
sent data type is displayed in the window title 
bar. Before we go on lo explain the 

more advanced options in K- Spread 2, let's 
find out how we can create a basic spread- 
sheet 

Position the spreadsheet cursor (outlined} 
on the cell BO by holding down the Shift key 
and clicking on it. The Shift key selects the 
spreadsheet cursor which you can also 
move with Ihe cursor keys. Attar ihe data 
type in (he Edit window lo Text with Ihe Tab 
key, tskjw type in January and press Return, 
January will appear in cell BO 

Move the cursor to CO and this time enter 
February. Do the same for cell DO entering 
March instead 

Now we need to enter the Row Headers, 
Hold down the Shift key and click in cell A2. 
As the Edit window is still in Texl mode sim- 
ply type in Sales and press Return, 

Click on A4 and enter Margin, Gross Profit 








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in A6, Expense in AS and Nel Profit in AiO. 
You will notice that the text you have entered 
bleeds across Ihe margin. 

To change this click and hold the left 
mouse button on the right edge line of col- 
umn A and move tt across to the right slight- 
ly, so ihat the text fils Into the cells, When 
you release the button click on This in the 
requester so that you affect only the A col- 
umn. 

Move to ceU B2 and press Tab until you 
see Value appear in the Edit window. Type 
in 500 and move the cursor to the next cell to 
the right. Type in 550 and 570 in the next 
two cells 

Next select cell B4 and change the dale 
type to Formula. Type in 0.22* then point 
with the mouse al cell B2 and press the LMB 
(left mouse button) wilh ihe Ctrl key held 
down. This will add the cell reference B2 to 
the formula. Press Return 

We wish to repeat this formula in each of 
the cells to which Margin refers, so move the 
solid cursor over B4 by clicking on it. 
Release the LMB and then click and hold it 
down again to select and grab the cell, Drag 
it across to the row heading 4 edge line until 
all the cells in thai row are highlighted. 

When you release the LMB you wi!l be 
presented with the Row Range requester. 
Global will copy the selected cell formula 
across all the cells in the selected row. 

Window is defined by the value specified 
in the Set Slider Range option in the Options 
Window menu and Cursor will sel the limit lo 
thai defined by the cursor. 

However, we wish to define the range our- 
selves so type in C"D in Ihe line below the 
option buttons. This tells K-Spread 2 that we 
wish to copy the formula across cells C4 and 



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information such as tor. 

malas, <«* '»d values. 

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Screen 
features 



D4. When the program asks Do you want 
formula amendment? answer Ves and any 
changes lo Ihe formula will be made by ihe 
program automatically. 

This is important because we want C4 lo 
contain the formula Q.22'C2 rather than 
0.22*B2 and tell D4 to contain the formula 
0.22*D2. To complete the entry ol data, 
move the outline cursor to cell B6. This is 
Gross Profit lor January which we define as 
0.95* Point to the cell B4 with Ihe LMB and 
Ctrl held down so that B4 appears in the for- 
mula, Press return to enter Ihe data. 

To copy the formula across the other cells 
in the row select ceil B6 by clicking once and 
then drag the selected cell to Ihe row head- 
er, making sure that the remainder of row 6 
is highlighted before releasing the mouse 
button. 

Specify the range as C:D as before and 
make sure that the answer to Do you want 
formula amendment is Yes. 

Now enter a set of values into row 8, 
Expense. Remember to select cell B8 and 
set the data type to Value. 

Once the three items of data are entered, 
move the outline cursor to cell BIO, We are 
now going to define Nel Profit to be Gross 
Profit minus Expense. 

Change the data type to Formula, move 
the mouse pointer to cell B6 and dick the 



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the Edit window formula. 

Type a minus sign, move the mouse point- 
er to Ihe cell BS and Ctrl click once. You 
should now have B6-BS in the Edit window. 
Press return to fix the cell formula. 

Replicate (he Mel Prolil line in the same 
way as the Gross Profit line by dragging it to 
the row header, Remember lhal the range 
should be C:D. 

You have just designed your first spread- 
sheet using K-Spread 2. Vou can save (his 
as Example using the Save .SPD Data File 
options from ihe Project menu. The ,SFD is 
added by the program so that you know it is 
a spreadsheet file. 

In order to use the graphs you will need to 
quit K- Spread 2 and load up KSpreadG. 
From the Proieet menu load up your 
Example spreadsheet and highlight the cells 
from B3 to 01 0, Do this by clicking on B2 
and then, with the LMB held down drag Ihe 
mouse to D10 and then release. 

GRAPHS 

We have now selected an area for which 
we can draw a graph. Selecting text may 
cause an error to occur. From the Display 
menu selecl Graph and then Vertical 
Clustered Bar Chart. 

The graph will open up its own window 
along with a new set of menus. The menus 
allow you to aller things such as text format- 
ling, which fonts are used for text and text 
entering, 

If you wish to add text to your graph select 
Edit from the Text menu and type in the text 
you wish to add, When you click on Okay the 
text will be .placed on the graph area and can 
be moved into position with ihe mouse 
button. 

Once you have finished designing your 
graph you can then save it down using the 
Save option from the Project menu. All the 
graphs are saved as IFF so you can load 
them into documents and print them ouL 

Try experimenting with the other graph 
types, Click on the dose window gadget to 
qui tne graph display. 

We will now lake a look at K-Spread 2's 
other features which will help you lo create 
powerful spreadsheets. 

K-Spread 2 manipulates data by moving. 
copying or using Ihe cells on the sheet. 
Before the cell can be moved or copied, the 
program must know which cell (or which 
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Virus Checker holds the title of the Amiga's premiere virus killer due lo 
ability to eradicale all known virus programs wilhoul inlervenlion from » 

user. 

Workbench 1.3 

Workbench 1.3 users should install Virus Checker to Iheir ACUtililies as 
before using it. 

If you want Virus Checker to be loaded every time you switch on yoj 

Amiga you should type in Ihe following command in your startup-sequence 



run [path njirJ Yl rus_Ch«kf' 

When you toad Virus Checker you will be presented with the VC window bar 
If you insert a disk Vrrus Checker will report any found viruses and ask you 
you wan) to destroy it 

By clicking: on the menu bar wilh the left mouse button you can select tru 
menus from Ihe top of the screen by holding down the right mouse button. 

These menus contain VC's more intensive virus checks, Link/File scad 
Scan memory and Saddam damage scan are independent checks for ihosi 
particular types of virus inflection, 

If you insert a disk with a non-AmigaDOS bootblack, Virus Checker will 
you that rt cannol recognise (he bootbloek and that it could be a virus, Selai 



range of cells the block is to be copied. 

This is done by selecting the cell or bloc*. 
ol cell*. This means, lor a single cell, a sir 
gle click on the cell. The cell will be highlight- 1 
ed lo indicate selection. 

To select a block (a rectangle), or a cc+- ', 
umn or row, position the mouse pointer on J 
one corner, hold down the mouse button 
and drag: the corner diagonally opposite (lor 
a row or column just drag in a straight line) 
Release the mouse button when Ihe lasl eel I 
is reached, 

You will see an entire row or cofumn 
starting from the current first row or column 

Vou tan copy and replicate cells by foJ-l 
lowing the procedure listed below: 
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collecting as many flags as you can and returning I hem to 
your base before the time runs out, 

Each player controls a lank and must collect 
flags by either blowing up the enemy and raiding their 
base or simply driving over the flags that lltler the plat 
area. The winner is the player who has collected the most 
flags. 

n n loading the game yoj will be presented with the 
l options screen which allows you lo select which 
.ype ot game to play and the control method for eacr 

he-re are two types of control method, directional and 
ional. Directional moves your tank in trie joystick direc- 
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ignore from the menu buttons as this is invariably not a virus. 
Seleeling Remove could darn age the disk if it was not intended to be 

ArmgaDOS compatible, such as most games software, 

Workbench 2 & 3 

Workbench 2 & 3 users cart run Virus Checker from the Files drawer on the 
CoverOisk or you can install it to your Workbench or ACUIilifies disk. 



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13 instructions. Nole that you can install Virus Checker to the WBStartup 
drawer so that it loads every time you boot your Amiga. 

By clicking on the re-size window gadget in the Virus Checker bar, 
Workbench 2 & 3 users can bring up VC's advanced options screen, 

There are a. multitude of options thai you can set beta but only a few are 
important at this moment. 

Click the Use Window button off so that the tick disappears, This will stop 
the Virus Checker bar appearing every lime you boot your Amiga. You can 
always bring the bar back again by using the Exchange Commodity on 
Workbench 

Take a look al the window on ihe far right In this window you can add files 
for Virus Checker to automatically check when if loads. The mos.1 common 
virus victim is the startup-sequence. 

Click on the Add button below the window and then type the following in the 
requester: 



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At the bottom of Hie window you can select which drive you would like VC to 
check when disks are inserted, If you had a second drive you would dick on 
the DF1 : button so that a lick appears 

Click on the Save button to store your settings and then on the close win- 
dow gadget to close the Virus Checker bar. 



win appear highlighted. 

2 Position Ihe mouse pointer on the cell 
and drag it lo the destination cell by holding 
down Ihe LMB. Release the LMR when the 
destination cell appears highlighted. 

You can also copy cells to entire cows or 
columns. Before you perform any copying 
select ihe source cell - releasing Ihe LMB 
once ihe cell has turned black, 

Drag (ho ceil to the column header, posi- 
tioning the source cell image so that the 
entire row or column turns black. Release 
the LMB and a requester will appear giving 
flange options. The Range requester 
options are explained above, 

To Insert and delete complete rows or 
columns, press down Ihe Shift key and click 
on either a row or column header. A 
requester will open (Column and Flow Edit). 
This requester asks for the number 
(Amount) of rows or columns lo insert or 
delete and gives the options of Insert, 
Delete or Cancel. In Insert mode the rows or 



columns are inserted before the current row 
or column. In Delete mode Ihe current raw 
or column and raws or columns to the right 
or below are deleted. 

As mentioned earlier, one of the dala 
types allowed in the Edit window is Labels, 
A label is text within a formula which is used 
lo reference another cell. 

LABELS 

Any cell can be designated to be a label 
by entering some text Into it and choosing its 
data type to be Label (L), Any other cells 
below and to the right of this cell may then 
use this label to build up s cell reference. 

Let's say we have some column headings 
ol the months January, February etc., with 
January in cell BO and a row heading of 
Sales in cell A2. 

To refer lo cell B2, which would be Sales 
for January, in a formula or range, we can 
either; 
1 . Refer to ihe cell as 52 from the keyboard, 



2. Click on the cell with the LMB and (tie CM 
key, 

3. Make the column and row header's data 
type Label and refer to the cell as 
January-Sales. Note thai a label is case 
sensitive - trie program will not recognise a 
reference to January or sales. 

If there is more than one label of the 
same name the label which Is nearest to the 
subject cell will be used, When you copy a 
cell that uses a label, you will be asked if 
you want lo amend the formula to refer to a 
new column or row label, or not, 

if, at any point you delete a label any ref- 
erences to it will be replaced by Ihe corre- 
sponding row of column title e.g. A, AE, 34 
etc- However, you cannot use these titles as 
label names. Mote also that you cannot refer 
to a label unless the cell you refer to is 
below and to the right of it. 

Let's now take a look at some of the 
menu facilities in K-Spread 2. In 



the joystick lelt or right quickly releases a mine. For lite full 
lisl of controls see fig 1. 

The terrain icon to the top-right of the control icons allows 
you to select the terrain art which the ensuing battle will take 
place. The default Is tanks over land. Clicking on the icon 
changes it to gunboats patrolling the river ways. 

Those options that are crossed out are only available 
in Ihe registered version of Tarra. Once you are happy with 
Ihe set-up you should click on the Go Icon to begin the 
game, 

The screen is divided into four regions and each region 
scrolls In accordance with its associated tank or boat. 

Al the bottom of each region Is Ihe status information 
which displays the amount of flags collected, how many your 
lank or boat currently holds (only three can be collected al 
one time) the amount ol mines you have remaining and the 
time left 

Your vehicle can only take Ihree shots before it blows up 






and you are returned back to base, II you die when you are 
carrying flags they are released and can be collected by 
other players. 

Each player has four cannons protecting their base and 
flags. The cannons are controlled by the computer but can 
be permanently destroyed by enemy fire. 

If you are in a battle near your Own base With Ihe cannons 
are firing and they hit you. no damage will be registered. 

Your gun is capable ol blasting through walls, hedgerows 
and buildings but keep an eye on tbe enemy vehicles to 
check they aren't sneaking up on you. 

Keep In mind how many flags you have collected. Three 
and you should head back to base to store them, Nothing Is 
worse than getting shot and losing your flags, only for them 
to be picked up by the enemy. 

When the time limit has run down the winner will be 
announced in a celebration ol violence. The losing players 
and their tanks (or boats) will be crushed under your I ranks 



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Directional Left advance left 

Directional Right advance right 

Directional Up advance up 

Direction Down advance down 

Direction Fire fire shell 

Rotational Left rotate left 

Rotational Right rotate right 

Rotational Up advance 

Rotational Down reverse 

Rotational Fire fire shell 

A A ' , advance or reverse 

Zhi reverse or advance down 

X & rotate left or advance left 

C& rotate right or advance ngihl 

Left A & Space fire shell 

Left Alt & Right A .......drop mine 

Esc quit game 

P .,.., pause game 



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Options/Window menu the Set Slider Range 
allows you to make the windows sliders 
operate on any range ol oglte. 

For example, if you sel the range 
B56 B&80 then when you move the window 
sliders, the cells you can move to will lie 
within the range B56:BBaQ 

The Grid option allows the spreadsheel lo 
be displayed with or without the horizontal 
and vertical lines. This affects the window 
that is currently active 

Find & Replace offers ihe facility to find 
and replace a value or test siring. Click in 
the Find bar to select the contents you wanl 
to search tot and then in ihe Repl bar to 
select what you warn to change it to. 

You can select which cell type you wish to 
search and the area in which they will be 
affected if found. 

PRINTING 

When you are happy with your spread- 
sheet you can then print il out for future ref- 
erence. To pnnt, select either Print Sheet or 

Prim Listing from the Printer menu. 
Print Sheet allows you to print (he required 

range. Print Lisling lists all the cells to the 
printer 

Below is a list of the printer options, that 
appear when you select one of the above 
menu options: 

PRT: Translated codes sent lo the Printer 
Device selected in Preferences 

■ Codes sent untranslated to Ihe paral- 
lel port 

■ Codes sent untranslated to the serial 
port 

■ Send untranslated to a file, the name 
of which is entered by the user 

Sideways - Sent untranslated to a 100% 
compatible Epson FXflO or equivalent 
(which supports downloadable fonts). 

Note the printer buffer inside the printer 
must be disabled. On an FXSO this means 
setting the DIP switches 1-4 to Off. 



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If you ever wondered how fast your Amiga really is Syslnfo is the 
program for you. You can load 1 ihe program from the Files drawer 
or install it. 

When you load Syslnfo it will inform you thai it is evaluating your 
machine after which it will display the main panel. 

If you look in the internal Hardware Modes window you will see 
the hardware information about your Amiga. Syslnfo will tell you 
what CPU you have on board, whether or not an MMU or FPU is 
present, the speed and a humorous comment about ihe results 
from the author. 

rou can check your Amiga's speed capabilities by clicking on 
t» Speed button. After a few seconds while your speed is com- 
pared against other Amigas Ihe results are shown along with a bar 
Sfttf) 

Click on the Expand or Shrink burton to enlarge or reduce (he 
bar chart display. As well as the speed of your computer y™ can 
•too find out information aboul memory, boards such as RAM 
■mansions and drives. You can even print the result as a perma 

t record Just don't start a "my computer's faster than yours" 

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Author: Dan Rhodes 

DogFight is a cfassic aerial combat game 
that first appeared on the VCS in the form of 
Combat. 

Up to four players can participate at one 
time but only one wifi survive to be called 
champion. The game is set during World 
War f when all that men could fly was a 
clumsy biplane. 

However, these biplanes can turn on a 
sixpence and have immense speed capabili- 
ties. Climb inlo your cockpit and let's take a 
fiight through Dog Fighl... 

On loading up the game and pressing 
Space you will be presented with 
the pre game options. By pressing the key 
F1 to F4 you can toggle the amount of play- 
ers and which control methods they will be 
using. 

There are five methods of control and they 
are Joystick One, Joystick Two, Cursor 
Keys, 2, X and Shrfl and Out To Lunch. To 
gain a better impression of (he flight controls 
and in-game keys take a took at fig 1 . 

DARING 

The basic idea of the game is to shoot 
down the other players while remaining 
intact and safely out of harms way. This 
involves pulling some fairly daring stunts and 
using the clouds as cover. 

Each player begins at his or her airfield 
ready to take off. You begin with tan lives 
indicated below each hanger and these 
deplete as you are hit. 

Press the fire button or fire key lo start the 
engines and begin take off. When the 
biplane has enough speed use the left or 
right control direction to take off. Don't try 
and pull up too early otherwise the plane will 
blow up on the runway. 

When off the runway, climb gradually lo 




gain some height and then dive straighi 
down, pulling up at the last moment to gain 
speed. 

If you pull up too steaply the plane will 
stall (known to DogFight aces as Floating 
Death} and you will find yourself hurtling 
back to earth. If this occurs push the nose 
Straight down, wait for the engine to cut 
back in and quickly push either right or left 
to recover the stall. 

As you improve you will find thai you can 
easily pop off other players while falling - 
hence the name Floating Death, 

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Joystick One 

Lett - rotate left or right 

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plane]' 
Flight - rotate left or right 

(depends an selected 

plane) 
Fire - fire cannons 

Joystick Two 

Left - rotate left or right 

(depends on selected 

plane) 
Right - rotate left or right 

(depends on selected 

plane) 
Fire - fire cannons 

Cursor Keys 

Left arrow - rotate left or right 

(depends on selected 

plane) 
Right arrow - rotate lefl or right 

(depends on selected 

plane) 
Up arrow - fire cannons 



Keyboard 

Z - rotate left or right (depends 
on selected plane) 

X - rotate left or right (depends 
on selected plane) 

Shift - fire cannons 



Out To Lunch select this 
for any non-players 

P - Pause on/off 

Q - Quit to options screen 

Esc - Quit OogFight 



AGA 
owners 

If you own a A 1200, or any 
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trie Boot-up options screen. 
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i"ack manoeuvres. The clouds provide 
excellent coverage and a well executed 
■■tack from them can prove devastating to 
re enemy. 

ANNOYING 

Strafing planes lhat are taking off can tip 
tie balance in your favour but it does prove 
annoying to ihe other players and you may 
■Snd yourself under attack from everyone 
e-se playing. 

Avoid spinning dogfights because you are 
--ire likely to crasr) into your opponent V&n 



shoal him down, If you do get into 

such a fight dive away at the best moment 
and try and entice your opponent into the 
ground, 

Beware of wrapping bullets. If you fire 
across the screen and l hen turn and re- 
enter on the other side you may find yourseff 
being shot down by your own bullet - a 
waste oi a life and very embarrassing. 

The last player remaining is considered 
the victor. H there are iwo players and they 
shoot each other at the same rime (it can 
happen) then the game will be declared a 
draw. 




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unng a misspent youlh among 
other aspiring musicians, a con- 
versation broke out revolving 
around the future of the music business. In 
a fit of exuce ranee I immediately adopted 
the technological banner, only to find mysell 
nstantty in a minority of one. 

Undaunted, I stated my case: "In ten 
years time everything will bo run by Midi. 
and * rial's left over will be nothing more 
than a series of ones and zeros on a giant 
hard drive." 

Believe me, this wasn't a popular theory 
in a roomful of musical die-hards deter- 
mined to "keep music live" no matter what 
the cost. At the time hard drives were still 
very much a rarity, while Midi was nothing 
more than a blasphemous four-letter word 
more often used as an insult than an option, 

Gigging musicians am notorious lechno- 
phobes and on the whole wouldn't - at the 
lime - touch a computer with a Stylophone. 
As a result things soon got fairly heated as 
the enemy circled the wagons around the 
analogue Hag 

Fortunately the conversation eventually 
turned to the usual obsessions of young 
men and my seemingly hysterical opinions 
were soon pui down 10 a dodgy pint. 

As it turned out my estimate was conser- 
vative to say the least. Mow just five years 
latter the digital age is definitely upon us, 
and in almost every walk of life analogue is 
in terminal decline, 

Albums have been crushed underfoot by 
CD, cassettes are at the mercy of DAT and 
even video is evolving into a digital medium 
with FMV CDs and direct-to-disk digital 
video recording, 

Alt fairly predictable; alter all, you can't 
stop progress. However the really interest- 
ing point isn't the change in format, it's the 
fact that all these elements are no longer 



The optical option 




In ten n 
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ujIII faE run b«i Hi, and 1M5 

left oner ui be nothing rare 
than a series of ones and 
eem on a giant 
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the islands they once were. 

Audio is becoming ever more synony- 
mous with video, and information in general 
is inexorably making the difference between 
the haves and the have-nots in science, 
industry, economics and education. 

it information is indeed power, what part 
can the Amiga play as worlds collide? After 
all, what can a jumped-up games machine 
offer that the PCs and Macs can't match? 

In my opinion the clue lies in the Amiga's 
humble beginnings. Unlike Ihe opposition it 
has evolved over the years while the others 
have, lor the most part, rested on their cor- 
porate laurels. 

Take the PC - although it's been the sta- 
ple diet of the business community for over 
20 years, its basic architecture has never 
changed. It's true that power PCs in the 486 
and Pentium bracket have become much 
faster, but essentially they're still dinosaurs 
in disguise. 

No matter how quick they become, PCs 
will never multitask, and certainly won't sud- 
denly develop the natural affinity with video 
that the Amiga has enjoyed since day one. 

DORMANT 

It's true that more than one program can 

be loaded into a PC, bul only one can ever 
running. The others simply sit dormant in 
the background - not exactly the perfect 
multimedia approach. 

The same is true for Macintoshes; just 
like PCs Ihey can load multiple packages, 
bul again only one is ever active, Obviously 
the Mac is a more worthy challenger cour- 
tesy cf its idiot-proof point and click inter- 
face and existing kudos in the media - 
extensively in publishing. 

However, no matter how glossy Ihe 
brochure, a Mac simply isn't a multimedia 
machine. That particular mantle is exclu- 
sively the property of Ihe Amiga. 

At this point you're probably resigning 
yourself to a few pages of biased, and prob- 
ably unsubstantiated (waddle from a self* 
confessed Amiga fan. As little as a year ago 
I'd probably would have agreed wholeheart- 



Faul Rostin rharts the - 

/tonga's position in — 

the new order as the — 

media worlds collide — 



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Without doubt one ol Ihe biggest stumbling blocks for 
computing in general has been the incompatibility 
Between the various machines and their operating! sys- 
tems, 

It's Irue that things have improved over the last couple 
of years with Commodore finally embracing PC disks as a 
transfer option, 

As a result ihe two machines can now eri|0y fairly unin- 
hibited corn mimical ion -as indeed can Ihe 
Mac - courtesy ol its ability to read bolh 
double and high-den siiy PC disks. 

Unfortunately although a big improve- 
Tieni. floppies are becoming ever more inad- 
equate due lo Ihe pure volume ol dala which 
leeds to be transferred. A classic example is 
ray-traced animation, which has been saved out 
n a 24-bit format before lo single frame recording. 

.- jch circumstances, floppies are almost use- 
ess As a result some form of mass media transfer is 
essential. 

In the past the SyQuest removable hard disk was the 
er, alltiaugh this has been challenged recently 



with Ihe arrival of various optical drives - Ihe mosl suc- 
cesslui being the 128Mb 3.5m variety. 

Unfortunately both these systems rely on an identical 
drive mechanism and more importantly an OS-compatible 
machine at the destination. 

Fortunately these barriers are finally coming down with 
the arrival ol the Mo-Miga optical disk drive - see sepa- 
rate review, Not only 



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does il provide double the normal storage of a 5.25in opti- 
cal by delivering a staggering 1.2 gigabytes per disk, but it 
also offers totally transparent transfer between Mac. Amiga 
PC and even Unix, 

Obviously arty transfers require the actual drive unit, but 
the disks themselves simply appear as norma! DOS vol- 
ume regardless of the machine using them. 

Not surprisingly, the actual life format has to be sup- 
ported by the source arid destination machines, bul that's 
about it. As a result you can transfer data to jusl about any 
system so it's even possible lo communicate with Silicon 
Graphics Indigos when necessary. 

As- you've probably guessed, Mo-Miga uses its own pro- 
prietary file system to achieve compatibility between plat- 
forms, Wilh this in mind you'd expect Ihe actual transfer 
lime lo be fairly slow, bul surprisingly they're prelly quick 
and car) sustain 2Mb per second stretching up to 5Mb in 
burst mode. 

Unfortunately 2Mb per second is still too slow for exist- 
ing digital video systems, the PAR included. However it's 
more than adequate for most applications - including the 
A051 6 and other direct-to-disk samplers, 



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edly. as there was no real mason lo expect 
any serious corporate interest. 

After all, no matter how good the 
machine, nothing sells into the corporals 
market without the proper exposure, and in 
that particular department the Amiga has 
always been disastrous. 

However over recent months the 
machine has finally begun to received the 
serious attention it deserves. As you may 
recall from the last issue, Commodore - 
along with a number of third-party develop- 
ers -have established (he ACE initiative. 

Admittedly it's still early days with only 
one Amiga Centra of Excellence estab- 
lished. However with another five set to 
spread the Amiga's corporate message 
across the UK, the potential is there, 

Add ACE to the sterling efforts of inde- 
pendents such as Premier Vision - a com- 
pany responsible for hosting regular semi- 
nars which introduce the besl in Amiga 
technology to professional markets - and 
i he future looks brighter lhan ever. 

Allhough ihe basic Amiga, has obvious 
benefits as a potential multimedia worksta- 
tion, ihe machine itself is only ihe begin- 
ning. It's really the third-parly peripherals 
thai lead the charge, and if sold correctly 
they could maks the machine the cross- 
roads at which ah the digital highways con- 
verge. 

Before moving on to the tools of the 
tfade, it r s probably worlh clarifying what 
makes up this almost mythical digital ether. 





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you're probably well aware this can take 
many forms, with perhaps the most egalitar- 
ian example being the iniernet. 

Unlike many comma systems, the 
Internet isn't a BBS, in fad il's much more 
akin to a peer-to-peer local area network 
which you may already use at work. 
However in the case of the Internet the net- 
work is on a truly massive scale. 

Aside from offering direct connections to 
thousands of research facilities, universities 
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bow «e»se. the Amiga is test known as a ^ideographic tool. mairHy due 
to its natural affinity with video and its ability to generate a syne - a factor 
■fch has made it the ideal enoice for genlocking, titling and tomputer-gfrn- 
tnted animation destined lor tape. 

Thanks to'lhsse basic skills and the artistic nature of trie machine, some 
of Vw beat animation and [ay-tracing software available on amy platform 
has emerged on the Amiga. However although capable ol generating aslon- 
> siring graphics it. has always suffered when it came to recording. 

p the past the or ly option was to inves! in an SP edit recorrie r capable of 
rtcttding frames individually. Unfortunately this had two major drawbacks. 
• Firstly such i machine retails at around C5.500 and worse stilt a punish- 
ing schedule ot single frame recording invariably means hundreds of 
pounds a year simply lo maintain the tape heads. 

Fortunately the dark ages are ai last coming to an end with the arrival of 
dedicated digit*! video recording At present there are at least three sys- 
tems tn the final stages of development, two of which will be on sale by Uie 
time you read this article. At the forefront of the clamour to capture this 
massively lucrative market is the much publicised Personal Animation 
Recorder -alias PAR -from Digital Processing Systems, 

Although initially designed as a simple replacement for single ttame 
recording the PAH - like the Amiga - has evolved into something^ ot 
a monster. • 

In addition to simply compiling single frames into 24-bit Jpeg animation 
the system can also digitise live video - again in real-time - using the 
AD3000 TBCJdigitising card. As if that wasn't impressive enough, 16-bit 
audio has also been added via the AD516 direct-to-disk sampling system, 
As a result, the PAR. AD3GM and AD516 combo builds into the find truly 
broadcast quality audio/video system to appear on any desktop platform. 

Although It's hard to believe that such power can emanate from a single 
machine. I can confirm it works perfectly - see the Personal Animation 
Recorder review lor more information. 

Although at this point In the issue I can't confirm further expansion pos- 
sibilities (again, seethe Personal Animation Recorder review) the 40516 s 
natural affinity with Bars 4 Pipes Pro £ could well allow additional hardware 
and software such as Seala to become yet another element in a PAR 
audio/video setup. 

As you mgy already be aware. B*PPro2 can be much more than a 
straightforward Midi sequencer Intact, courtesy of its Media Madness mod- 
' ule, any Midi sequence can be used to trigger both external hardware and 
additional software. 

Thanks to the SIAPTE timecode generated by the AD516. it's theoretically 
possible for all Ihe element to share a common liming reference and 
sequence Iheir efforts accordingly, making the Amiga the heart of the most 
powerful multimedia system on any platform 



countries and an estimated user base of 
over ten. million. 

In terms of data transfer the figures are 
quite literally mind-boggling, wilh an aver- 
age of ten terabytes of information being 
shunted around ihe world every month. Add 
lo that 4,600 news groups and over 130 
gigabytes ol PC and you're looking at a real 
monster, 

Initiated in 1969. and still subsidised, by 
the US Federal governmenl, it's rapidly 
realising vice-president AI Gore's dream of 
a 'data super-highway". 

Obviously the Internet isn't Ihe only 
comms option, and in fact there's a whole 
hosl of nelwofks such as CompuServe and 
CIX which offer similar global access, 
sometimes in combination with the Inlemet, 
but all from the comfort of an intuitive 
menu-driven front end, 

As you can imagine the global village - 
alias big brother - has big advantages, not 
least of which is the ability lo side-step 
compatibility problems between various 
operating systems. 

TRANSFORMATION 

Assuming you can read a particular file 
format - not usually a problem on the 
Amiga - literally anything can be trans- 
ferred, regardless of size and all in a matter 
ol minutes. 

Another imminent link in the evolutionary 
chain Is the arrival ol optical fibre as the 
standard in telecommunications. Once in 
place, video conferencing could well super- 
sede or at very least transform email as we 
know It. 

Again, the Amiga has a headslart in such 
an environment courtesy of its affinity with 
video and Ihe profusion of 
cards such as the IV24 
and FrameMachine 
which already support 
PIP - picture m picture 
- displays. 

Add a camera and 
some additional connec- 
tions to this existing tech 
nology and the Amiga is in the perfect 
position to |ump on the fibre-optic bandwag- 
on. Although still a few years away from 




With Ilia P1R card th* Atnio* im bocomlno lh» 
mo*! pawwtol vitimo toot on Mity platform 

general use. B'T are already shipping 
videophones and video conferencing 
equipment - the times they are a chang- 
ing.... 

Although much of the above has dea": 
with the potential of the Amiga, the future is 
already at hand courtesy of products such 
as GVP's Phone Pak. 

As the name suggests, this is a dedicai- 
ed telecommunications card which pro- 
vides message redirection: "Press 1 for 
customer services, press 2 tor sales ana 
distribution"', and so on, 

You can also use a similar pre-recorded 
approach to specify what kind of communi- 
cation you wish lo make: "Press 3 to leave 
voice mail, press 4 to send atax.,"- 

Il's also possible to add lime/date 
stamps 10 incoming messages and set up 
scheduled transmissions for your own 
faxes, thereby avoiding the expense of 
peak rate calls, 

When employed as a network server you 
can also set up private mail areas. It's even 
possible lo specify thai the number 
of an incoming fa* 





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3 be interrogated and if necessary 
K). thereby avoiding junk faxes - 
- -j which is already a serious prab- 
~ie Stales. 

►ever. Phone Pak is by no means the 

leiecommunicaiion option on the 

Like video cards, the variety of raa 

- z^- - i 3'owmg almost ny Ihu day ■■vith 

■■pontes like Supra leading the field with 

■■toned fax moderns that ship with propri- 

«OTf software 

^*e GVP's PhonePak, they can sched- 

•;i trans missions as well as aulomati- 

za-; detect incoming fax information - and 

:ourse they can still operate just like a 

ermal modem when you feel the urge to 

jet on-line . 

only obvious limitation of lax 
oottems is the leek of voice mail and call 
action - but to be honest if you 
*i*eady have an answer phone and don't 
:c«e*aie as pah of a network it's not really a 
roo*em. 

Combine the potential of comms and the 
Amiga's existing multimedia skill and yet 
-ere promise is reveaiod, Existing Amiga 
sdTware such as InfoChannel can already 
pdate satellite information centres and 
somt-of-sale sites from a central control 
—.achine. 

Because the Mm offers true 
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As a result a single operator can update 
a- mhnile number of machines simply by 
dotting direct into the satellites to automati- 
:i'y replace or update existing presenla- 
•.cns. add new ones, alter display times or 
download new pages, 

A,^d of course, because the Amiga offers 

..-:■ multitasking, changes can be made 
•egardless of whether a presentation is 
already running. 

As you'll discover in the digital video sec- 
tion, the possibilities offered by recent inno- 
vations are finally providing the pro hard- 
Mars platform lhat the Amiga has been 
surldin-g towards for the last few years. 

Although excellent software has bean 
around for some time, use of the Amiga in a 
broadcast environment has always suffered 
*rom the limitations of mass data transfer - 
single frame recording being a classic 
example - combined with communication 
:■ faculties between other machines (see 
The optical options). 

Fortunately even these sticky problems 
are now resolved, and all that remains is 
the perennial problem of speed. Although 
the Amiga is just as fast as a 466 PC or 
Mac Quadra, it's still pretty slow in compari- 
son to dedicated graphics workstation*. 

However, this stumbling block could soon 
oe removed with the imminent arrival of at 
■east four 4O0OW0 accelerators, the Warp 
transputer, and a planned 060 from 
Advanced Software Systems, which if 
claims are correct will easily provide work- 
station performance on the only true multi- 
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Fast fibres 

The unsung hero ol trie Information explosion 
is the libre-optic cable. These cables are 
capable of carrying 565 megabits (70Mb) of 
information every second in I he form ol laser 
pulses, and it is this huge increase in trans- 
mission speeds which will make most new 
digital services possible. 

British Telecom have already laid 1.5m Km 
ot fibre optic cable, almost all of II to busi- 
nesses. There is little impetus lor Ih-e compa- 
ny to use the cables on domestic lines 
because apart from the cost Of the operation; 
8T are lorhtdden from providing home enter- 
lainnint services until the year 2001, 
although they are already looking at a video- 
on-demand service. 

By thai lime, the plan is to ha we fibre-optic 
supplied Id every business using more than 
live phone lines. As the next general ion of 
cables should transmit Iwo gigabits, pet sec- 
ond, the possibilities tor teleworking and 
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Video dighisers have niany uses, including 
grabbing stills fat use in animations, graphics or 
tiSles. or to incorporate into desktop publishing 
projects, 

Willi line right kind of digitiser entire 
sequences can be grabbed and subsequently 
animated 1c- provide video clips which, could to 
used in games. CO- ROMS, interacts presen- 
tations or deskiop video presentations. 
Digitised images can be used as ihe basis for 
morpfiing sequences. 

Video clips can even be used as a basis for 
hand-drawn animations through a process 
called rotoscoping. where each frame of a 
sequence is redrawn tram ihe original g/ab to 
give a n*w style or dimension to a character 
while still retaining its natural movement. 

Even traditional eel animators can make use 
of digitising, grabbing each individual frame 
under a rostrum camera and then using ihe 
Amiga to play the sequence back. 

This is especially useful when line-testing* - 
Wai is checking thai Ihe line drawings which will 
be used lo produce the finished, coloured, eels 
all animale smoolhly logeltier. 

And of course there's the digitised pom that 
today's school-kids are reputed lo be swapping 
in the playground. How do you think that gels 
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or almost as long as ihe Amiga 
family of computers has been in 
existence, video digitisers have 
been available lor (htm, The trailblaier was 
NewTek's compact, direct-to- your-Amtga 
DigiView - reputedly designed and built in a 
garage by Tim Jem son, ihe man who later 
led his own desktop video revolution with 
the famous Video Toaster, 

But every dog has its day and increasing- 
ly powerful digitisers incorporating mere 
and more features have since supplanted 
DigiView to help Amiga owners exploit their 
artistic and creative !alenis and make cap- 
turing images from video a piece of cake. 

Today there are over a dozen different 
Amiga digitisers on the market, including 
those which are integrated into other hard- 
ware, Such as NewTek's Video Toaster or 
Digital Creation's DCTV. This month's 



Survivors' Guide takes a look at the tech- 
nology, types and, uses of video digitisers. 
and offers a few hints and tips or 
getting the best from them, as well 
as a mini round-up of some top digitizer 
buys. 

Broadly speaking, a digitiser is a piece of 
hardware which attaches to a computer to 
enable external data to be first sampled 
and then converted into information which 
the computer can understand and utilise. 

GRABBERS 

Sound samplers are also digitisers, but 
In this article we're going to concentrate on 
video digitisers - sometimes known t\$ 
frame grabbers. 

Unlike flatbed or hand scanners, which 
are used lo capture images from paper or 
thin films (such a transparencies), video 



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usually composite or YC - to do their 
magic. But, as with scanners, the quality 
of the output rafleels the quality ol the 
npul: the old maxim ol garbage in, garbage 
oul applies lo digitising as much anything 
else. 

SPLIT 

The video signal may be a still from a 
camera or VCR or a live, moving image, 
depending whether the digitiser used is a 
slow or fast scan model. This analogue sig- 
nal is I hen electronically spiit inlo its Ihree 
colour components - red. green and blue 



(RGB) - before being converted into digital 
data which can be senl to the Amiga. 

Almost alii external digitisers Iransfer this 
daia to the Amiga via (he parallel port, 
internal digitizers communicate directly to 
the computer hardware. Once transferred, 
Ihe digilising software can then instruct Ihe 
Amiga to recomb-ine the digital RGB data, 
into an image which can be viewed on 
screen, either in a native Amiga formal 
such as IFF or - if a suitable display card is 
fitted - it may be possible lo see a full- 
colour, £4 -bit version (though ihis largely 
depends on the digitiser's software as well 
as the display card). There are a couple of 




Hints and tips 



There are several simple measures which you can lake to improve the 
qua lily ol your digitised images. The first three apply only when grabbing 
from a video camera. 

• Ensure that the digilising subject is evenly and adequately lit by using 
portable lighting, sucti as Anglepaise lamps or fluoresced slrips or by 
reflecting daylight onto the subiecl using sheets of while paper or 
polystyrene sheelmg. Obviously mere's little you can do i( your sub- 
ject is outdoors but wall lor the natural lighl lo improve - unless you 
have suiiable lighting, ot course. 

• Don't forget to While Balance your camera to gel the truest colour 
representation, This is particularly important when using artificial, or 
mixed natural and artificial, light sources 

• Use a stable camera mounting, particularly when the rjigftser is a 
slow scan model, A tripod, copy sland or simply placing Ihe camera 
on a solid base will tielp enormously in removing any unwarned 
motion blurring which might otherwise mar the digitised image. 

• When digitising Iron videotape wilh a slow scan dkjiliser it is essen- 
tial to use a VCR which has a perfect 1reeze-frame facility, otherwise 
the resulting image will almost certainly exhibit teanng or olner arte- 
facts caused by any slighl movement which might happen when ttie 
tape is paused at the required point, 

• Use good qualily tapes and keep your video deck in top working 
order, taking particular care 10 Keep <ts heads clean Where possible 
(ie il your VCR and digiliser can handle it) use VC signals instead of 
regular composite ones, as these will give significantly increased 
digitising quality, 



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digitising variations which need explaining. 
I've already mentioned slow and fast scan 
digihsers, but whal exactly are they? Well, 
there's certainty s due in the names! 

Slow sear* digitisers grab and convert the 
incoming video signal (let's think of it as a 
single, full-screen image) in small chunks 
and the whole process can take from sever- 
al seconds to over a minute, depending on 
ihe Amiga, the digitiser, and the grabbing 
resolution. 

STATIC 

Since the grabbing takes time, it is essen- 
tial thai the image remains absolutely 
static during the entire operation, olherwise 
blurring or image break-up could easily 
happen. 

This can easily be achieved with a well- 
mounted camera, but digitising from video- 





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tape requires that the source VCR has a 
rock- sol id freeze-frams latility. 

Fast scan digitisers contain a frame 
butter - a dedicated memory area - which 
is used to continually sample the incoming 
video, frame by frame. 

When the digitising process is Iriggered 
the video frame currenlly stored in the 
frame buffer is frozen and held as long as 
required. Consequently, the captured frame 
can be digitised very quickly because the 
video picture is already stored in the frame 
buffer, 

However, even these real-time digitisers 
cannot capture continuous sequences of 
video frames in real-time because of the 
data transfer rates required, so I prefer the 
term last scan" to "real-time 11 . 

SLOWER 

Also, it still takes lime to convert 

the grabbed image into a formal which 
can be viewed or stored by the Amiga, 
especially where ihe Amiga has a 
slower processor, such as a standard 
6S000 chip. 

The greatest advantage of fast scan digi- 
tisers is that they can easily grab images 
from moving video without suffering the 
blurring or break-up associated with slow 
Scan models. 

Occasionally though, some moiion jitier 
may be evident in a displayed image 
because ol marked differences between the 
two interlaced fields which make 
up the complete video frame and it may 
thus be necessary to de-interlace the image 
Eg remove the jitler {and. as a conse- 
quence, lose some of the contained picture 
information}. But this is a small price to pay 
for the ultimate convenience ot fas-l scan 
grabbing. A.*? 



There are two main considerations here - 
Dili cost, .ami Ihen the type of Amiga which 
you own, A top-notch fast scan digitizer such 
as VLab YC or Vidi Amiga 24HT will set von 
Sack upwards of £250, but will provide great 
grabs in up to 24-bil quality, along with other 
benefits, depending upon Ihe digiiiser model, 

Slow scan digitizers are much cheaper. 
but lack ihe finesse of the fast scan models. 
Nevertheless, perfectly acceptable images 
can be grabbed with such hardware, 
provided that you have video equip- 
ment capable of rock-solid freeze Irames- 

The type of Amiga dictates whether the 
digitising hardware can be externally or inter- 
nally connected. Amigas without Zorro slots 
I the ASM). A60Q and A120Q) can only accept 
external digitisers but other models can use 
eilher external units or i nle mall y- mounted 
cards. 

The advantage of internal cards is both 
speed and fidiness; dala transfer is improved 
by utilising Ihe Amiga's data bus and there 
are no extra bones to squeeze onto your 



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ity grabbing into the bargain. 

Vidi Amiga 12 • Rombo Productions 

A slow scan digitisar priced at well under £100, the Vidi 12 is an external model which connects to 
Ihe Amiga's parallel port and draws its power from Ihe disk drive port, Grab quality is very impres- 
sive at the price and Ihe unil is easy to set up and use 

With both Y/C and composite inputs Vidi 12 should satisfy Ihe needs ol most hobbyists - and 
even some professional applications, AGA Amigas are fully supported and there's a black and white 
preview screen to lei you see the images you wanl to capture. 

Requires at least 1Mb of memory and works wilh all Amigas (some- models may need a gender 
changer or extension cable). 

Vidi-Amiga 24RT * Rombo Productions 

Rombo's newest digitiser is a real -lime, fast scan model capable of grabbing from either composite 
or Y/C video and saving an image in impressive 24-bil hi-res overscan (as well as olher formats, 
including ILBM, AGA and TIFF), 

The 24RT altaches externally to the Amiga's parallel port and takes its power from an exlemal 9V 
supply. Grab-quality is nothing short of stunning, though you really need a hard drive to store Ihe 24- 
bit digitised images lhal can be produced, as they lend to be ralher large. 

The software even includes a range of image processing lunetions which could well come in 
handy wnen you need a special effect or two. 

Vidi-Amiga 24 HT works with any Amiga (may need extension cable/gender changer) and requires 
at least 2Mb of RAM. RRP £299, though should be available for less. 

There is also a cut-down version of the 24RT - Ihe Vidi-Amiga 12RT. The only difference is that it 
cannot grab inlerlace-d images [maximum size 720 x 368 pixels) hut it does cost around half the 
price ol Ihe 24RT! 

The only major drawback I could see with Ihe RT models was lhal the preview screen worked 
rather slowly, though Rombo have just released a new version of the software so perhaps this has 
now been cured. 

VLab YC ♦ MacroSystem 

VLab VC is a fast scan digiiiser which accepts eilher composite or WC video. Unlike the Vidi mod- 
els, this one installs- infernally into an Amioa Zorro sloi, which gives it the edge lor speed over the 
Vidi-Amiga 24RT. It also performs a few clever tricks, the best ol which is to grab continuous 
sequences direct lo hard drive. 

VLab grabs at exlremely high quality (up lo 24 bit} but, like Vidi-Amiga 24RT, it cannot capture 
images in full video overscan - only up lo a maximum of 720 x 625 pixels, 

VLab requires al least 1Mb ol HAM and Amiga DOS 2,0, A hard disk is almost indispensiWe - and 
a definite requirement when grabbing sequences. 

VLab Y/C costs a Utile more than Vidi-Amiga 24 RT but it does provide the convenience ol interna 
mounting and sequence grabbing, among other benefits. On quality though, there's little to separate 
the two, 

There are, of course, a number of other digitisers on the market - some which are standalone, 
others which are pari of another device (DCTV lor example). 

Those mentioned above are my personal recommendations but of course you should do some 
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The video digitiser 



Pie video digitiser or frame grabber captures art image which is in the 
form of an analogue video signal and converts it into digital signals 
which can be used and manipulated by the computer. 

At the simplest level the digitiser samples the video signal waveform 
and describes the high and low points of the wave in'numerical data. 
This produces a black and white image on the computer, To get a 
better image with more grey levels the video signal waveform is 
sampled al faster speeds and at more levels m between the darkest 
and lightest points, 

Colour signals are split into their red, green and blue components 
and each of these individual signals are sampled as if they were 
nonochrome. Once in digital form: the red, green and blue data is 
reconstructed by the computer to give a full colour image on, screen. 



Splitter (Composite only) 



Composite versus component 

Video signals come in two main types, Composite and component 

signals, Composite video is mosi widely used of Ihe two but 
component video provides better quality 

Composite video comprises a luminance signal (brightness), a 
chrominance signal (Red, green and blue) and a synchonisation 
signal all senl along the same cable. 

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age of hi-tech customers demand- 
ing exciting and involving hands- 
on experiences Walking found a mau- 
soleum to history, not being able to touch, 
manipulate or participate wrth ihe exhibits, 
is fast becoming an historic event in itself. 

Fortunately for British cuflure and her- 
itage as we know ii. enterprising individuals 
and teams have started to change this per- 
ception of museums, and now, after nine 
months of redevelopment, Ihe London 
Transport Museum has opened its doors 
with an exhibition thai tells ihe story of ihe 
past In a refreshing and modern fashion 

Situated in Covent Garden, the museum 
underwent a complete facelift tor nine 
months during 1993. Four million pounds 
later, and the building lhai houses the array 
of differenl transport machinery has 
changed into a piush, up-to-date interactive 
learning expenenge 



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New floors have been built and a mulli- 
tudo of displays, video walls and simulators 
installed to make Ihe visitor's tour as inter- 
esting and informative as possible. 

In the fmpressive-lookmg building with its 
high walkway and spiral staircases, the 
exhibition is broken into several sections on 
differenl elements of travel - from 1930s 
buses and horse-drawn trams to the latest 
minibuses and underground system, 

Each is a story in uself thai builds up like 
a jigsaw puzzle inlo a full-blown picture of 
how Londoners travelled in the past and 
present. 

This may sound similar to other muse- 
ums but very soon you begin to sense a 
difference. Walking through the display of 
horse-drawn irams, you start to smell that 
distinctive odour of horses and hear their 
hooves as they hit cobbled streets in full 
quadraphonic sound. 

As you pass the first tram, a screen 
placed on a stand looks back at you. On 
closer inspection, il reveals a picture wilh a 
sel of options at the bottom of it Pressing 
on one of these flicks the nexl image on, 
revealing another part of the story. Indeed, 



Technofear 




With it mifi/on and 65 £83Bs, the 

re-launched London Transport Museum 

has entered the technological era, 

giuing uisitors the c fiance to smell, 

see, touch, hear and taste London's 

past ffdam Phillips reports 



Wilh this influx ol technology, (here are bound 1c- be people out there wtio 
are a little nervous ol touching a screen, simply because it's new Io most 
visitors. 

In fact, Rob Lansdowrt oslieves that there are quits definable age 
groups who will use Ihe screens, or won') unless prompted. For three to 
1 6-year-olds it's no problem. They know their Sonics and Marios so why 
should touching a screen bother them? 

Sixteen te 35-year-olds are embarrassed a little to louch tbe screen, 
while Ihe middle-aged are reluctant at first, stand back and watch and 
Jtep in io have a go. The elderly won't touch without plenly ol 
encouragement. 

Fortunately, any misgivings, aboul people shying away from lechnoiogy 
~i.i :?■?- .vel and truly trcuncec with ihe latest attendance figures show- 
no an increase in popularity since th* museum's re-opening. 



continue walking and you'll see, hear, 
smell, touch and taste your way around all 
ol the exhibits, making the experience all 
the more interesting and - more importantly 
- involving. 

Because of this attention to detail, there 
always has to be a high performance, multi- 
media machine driving i|. With 65 CD32s 



installed on racks out of sight, wilh expaa 
sion units, three high-powered Amigas , 
further plans to expand the range,, the U 
has more than its fair share. 

The two principal men behind the 
opmenl of the museum's new tech nolo 
cal look are Mick Tinker, of IndeJ 
Information, and Rob- Lansdown. head 3 
communications and displays for th«j 
museum. 

It all began four years ago whan incfi 
an Amiga-specific multimedia company 
were brought in to help with two simulate** 
to he included within the existing exhil 

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lhat when LTM began to hunt rouna 'v 
ideas and people to carry them out, InrJot 
Information were the- obvious choree. 

Mick Tinker, technical director tor than 
company, was asked to make a presenta- 
tion, With the likes of the Philips CD-i brtrnj 
at his heels, Tinker realised tha - 
Commodore's CDTV. while having the ab*- 
ity to provide the graphics required, couta 
not deliver the clarity of text needed. 

Having heard about the CD 32 and \\ 
highly useful expansion port, he drew up a 
rough design for a module thai wo* 
expand on the machine's basic facilities 
and suit all the museum's needs. 

After successfully outshining rival 
machines, the CD3S was selected ag the 
tool for the job, and plans for its mstafiattor 
began. 

Rob Lgnsdown came on board Io work 
out how the CD unit would be usee 
throughout every aspect of the mus- 
Each human sense was to be given fuJ 
attention - what people would hear as they 
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As Lansdown enthusiastically points out: 

:...•! •;. .fill about ms; von on i to i 1 Kitt 
; •: j s to create the illusion of movement 
r«->jgh the technology." 

. first slep was to install the machines 

e room lor efficiency and effective 

— -oie-shooting management. "We were 

-.rally given three months for installation. 

~-<s was reduced to eight weeks and ihen 

ftwfy down to eight days -the pressure 

■as certainly on." 

Next up was the CDx that enabled gen- 

:■ rig networking all the machines to 

Heir respective places, the ability to sense 



right 
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touch screens and olher highly useful lea- 
ryres. 

After attaching these to each of the 
CD32s and putting ihem in a rack system, 
SflO cables were ted from ihe room to vari- 
ous points all over the museum and 572 
Hours were spent soldering and crimping 
-~e leads. 

The end result is that all sounds and 
visuals, olher than the video walls, are con- 
trolled by the CD32s and Arnigas. 

The software used in the exhibits ranges 
*rom simple touch-screen information bases 
to three underground simulators. There are 



over 40 monitors around the building, each 
displaying information about a particular 
exhibit and ils history. 

Photographs from Ihe past are shown 
and text can be viewed in either French, 
Gentian or English; more languages will be 
included when the system Is finished. 

Reading through the text, you'll see a 
particular word highlighted by a bo*, Press 
on this and you'll enter a sub-section giving 
lurther details on the particular subject 
selected. 

The disc accessing time is around two 
seconds and the usual number of sheets to 
look through ranges from 1 5 to 20 per vehi- 
cle. Lansdown hopes to increase- ihis to 50 
in the future. 

Continuing around Ihe museum, one of 
the most impressive and interesting exhibits 
is ihe computer-displayed Underground 
hypermap. It shows the Underground's 
development Irom ils early beginnings in 
1863 with the opening of the Metropolian 
Line, to the 1990s. 

3000 screens 

Pressing an the date counter at the bot- 
tom. Ihe CD32 adds the train lines at the 
time they were built. Touch one of these 
lines on ihe screen and you'll be shown a 
close-up of lhal particular segment. 

Press on an underground sta- 
tion and information about rts his- 
tory will be displayed depending 
upon which year was chosen. Any 
photographic images will also be 
flashed up for your perusal. 

This system runs from a 550Mb 
data file that includes 3,000 
screens and a program lo run it 
all. This is all put on three disks 
and played via the GD32. 
To add to the Underground 
experience even more there are three simu- 
lators to lay your hands on. The first is of a 
1938 train that is housed in an aulhenlic 
train cab with fully operational controls 

The front window has been replaced by a 
computer screen that displays real time 3D 
graphics provided by the highly powerful 
Amiga 4000. The player must accelerate 
down the tunnel and then come to a stop ai 
Ihe station so passengers may get on and 
off. 

Sounds like simple stuff when compared 
to the likes of TFX but given the realistic 
setting and the highly attractive graphics, 
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evening and charges 
an admission fee. 
There are conces- 
sions for senior 
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students and Ihe reg- 
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Ths two IwpiToh oi thn pro/act: Mick Tinker, 
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simulators, run by A2000s, show the IflSO 
and 1992 models of underground train with 

the latest being fully computerised, even 
down to the speed the vehicle travels in the 
tunnels. 

The aural Side of the museum is well 
catered tor loo - stepping on lo a old train 
and sitting down, you'll begin to hear the 
sounds of wheels on rails as l hey clank 
their way towards a non-existent deslina- 
tion. Speakers under the seal add to ihe 
experience to give the visitor a feeling ot 
motion without ever leaving the platform. 

Go over lo the cduniry display which cat- 
alogue ihe vehicles once used by the com- 
muting public, and birds can be heard chirp- 
ing away in the background in clear digital 
recordings,. 

Move upstairs lo the minibus sound sim- 
ulator and the user is able lo sit in the dri- 
ver's seat, go up through the gears, flash 
indicators and open and close doors, all 
accompanied by Ihe relevant sound effects 

The wave of progress has not stopped 
here, though. There are plans to enlarge 
the amount ol information to The visitor, to 
increase the number of screens and include 
full motion video displays as well to max- 
imise user involvement. 

Coming away from Ihe new look London 
Transport Museum leaves you with the feel- 
ing that at least one part of our British her- 
itage will remain in years to come because 
the owners and curators decided to move 
with Ihe times. 

And il you're wondering what taste can 
be sampled at the museum, then try l heir 
cafe after you've finished your visit. Zii*f 



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H AR D WA HE 



»o 



ith the possible exception of the 
Video Toaster, nothing has gener- 
ated so much excitement as the 
imminent arrival of the PAR - alias 
Personnel Animation Recorder - from 
Digital Processing Systems. 

As the name suggests, the PAR card 
was initially designed lo bridge the gap 
between rendering and actually recording 
Amiga graphics, In the past the only means 
to achieve full-frame 24- bit video was to 
record each frame individually onto tape 
wiih an SP edit recorder. 

Unfortunately Ihis kind of hardware costs 
around £5.500 and if used heavnfy demands 
another £800 a year in maintenance. In 
addition the recording process is slow and 
you're never guaranteed that The end result 
won't suffer from drop- out or other imper- 
fections. 

S0ULUTI0N 

As a result every serious Amiga artist has 
been praying for a solution lo this irritating - 
not lo mention expensive - problem. "As a 
result, DPS set lo wort; developing a digital 
video recording system which would pro- 
vide superior quality, security and speed at 
a much more affordable price- 
Fortunately they didn't stop there, and 
what was initially a single frame recording 
system has now become a complete digital 
audio/video system capable of grabbing, 
editing and playing CD quality audio and 
24 -bit I we video as well as compiling 24-bit 
animation from ihe Amiga. 

As you may have guessed ihe PAR card 
is by no means the only element in this 
seemingly impossible equation. In fact to 
build the complete system you require two 



Sound 
solutions 



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Ihe system 

worked peW 
right ffDi tte 
i 




The entire system worked perfectly rigfol from Ihe off, but I rJid find one aspect o( the system m 
difficult to master. As you already know the PAR can work in concert with the AD516 sampler 

However the manual only managers lo lavish a couple of paragraphs on 
subject of combining Hie Iwo. As a result I was breed to ligure out the best way lo sync She 
cards togel her. 

Thanks to Ihe SMPTE opfen on the PAR control software you can tell Ihe PAH to pause 
particular SMPTE number is read internally from (he SunRize hoard. 

Initially I iried in vain lo dive between the two programs in a rlesperale attempt to trigger ^ 
simultaneously. Unfortunately the end results were invariably disastrous 

Fortunately in a rare spark of genius I remembered that v3.0 of ihe Studio 16 offers a pui 
in/out facility. As a result I simply matched the SMPTE logger and recording duration in the 
soflware lo Ihe punch in/out time within Stud«ol6 then hit record. 

The SMPTE count started, Ihe punch-in began and ihe pause record on Ihe PA.R transport 
trol was releasedsimultaneously, providing totally accurate sync between both audio and videc 



addition cards. For sound you'll need the 
SunRize direct lo disk recorder and for live 
video recording Ihe DPS AD300Q capture 
card. 

If you flip to the System Essentials box 
you'll see this adds up to quile a sizable 
investment. However the system is com- 
pletely modular. If you don't need sound or 
live video capture Ihe PAR will function per- 
fectly without them. 

After adding ihe appropriate hardware, 
the first port of call is the PAR control soft- 
ware. From left lo right you have the list of 
projects, a selection of animations within 
ihe current project and a list of available 
AmigaDOS volumes that you can download 
Irames to or compile animations from. 

At the bottom of the project window 
you're provided with various options to initi- 
ate and control I hem as well as a format the 
dedicated IDE hard disk's. 

In Ihe central files window await the 



PAR'& own version of non-linear et 
tools. Assuming you've already recc 
various animations, it's here where th$ 
and paste begins. 

Courtesy of the assorted buttons you; 
join various anims to create limst 
movies, split existing files into sm< 
scenes, export frames as individual 
ranges, fields or frames as either 
Tanga or PAR files. 

FRAMES 

You can also rename anims as wot) 
duplicate them. Like all the Other pr 
mg tools, duplication will work on both 
frames and ranges as well as offering I 
added bonus of optional ping-pongHng 
anim reversal. 

Nol surprisingly Ihe copy and move ■ 
mand permits anims to be shared 
other prefects while the append ena 
new live footage to be jo«ned: directly 









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Get ready to 

be d mazed as 

Paul Rustin explores 

the must exciting 

digital development 

em to hit the Amiga 



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o *dd a new scene you simply repeat the process on the nexl track and when all your edits are 
■Jtte you just drag trie sound samples onto the same track, butt Ihem up against each other and 
•r r« various anims together in the PAR software. 
x i & result you can build an entire movie torn countless video sequences and still retain perfect lip 




purl Ihe system to the ultimate test J then loaded Bars&Pipes Pro 1 and added SludiolB as an 
Again Ihe ADSlG's SMPTE limecode was used as a common reference to link the programs 
output with the sampled sounds. 

-en recorded a matching CD quality stereo audio and video sequence on PAH and SunRize 
.led m a Midi composition and sal back m disbelief as the anim played with perfecl lip sync 
•e Midi instruments added the hacking musk;. 

ratty-four bh, full frame, lull motion 1 video, a CD qualily stereo sound ttack and live 
srcompanimenl all from a single machine and without a single glitch. Impressive almost sounds like 

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'So you Hmtj capture 

JJr* vidro and IB Air 
audio /rom thw w*m* 
mmchinm ' 



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i- easting file. 

_ast but not least comes the delete com- 

- z-i which again can be applied to ranges 

w entire animations. Like its counterparts, 

f« AmigaDOS window bristles with buttons 

■r*cn enable you lo navigate the Amiga's 

*«ctary structure, add stills (ram disk, build 

■r nation frgm pre- rendered sequences 

-en load individual images tor viewing, 

articularly pleasant touch is the inctu- 

■on of a colour tiller which will automatically 

■w-down hot colours - making therm ecm- 

sKtHe with the colour (imitations of video - 

*Mcn it exceeded can cause real problems 

•»wfl recording to tape. 

While on the subject of anim compilanun 
ane of the most important aspects of PAR'S 
jTn.iy with AmigaDOS is its ability to com- 
: « animation direct from rendering 

When the PAR software boots it autcmati- 
;a-y creates a virtual volume entitled DDR;. 




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As a result it's possible to completely auto- 
mate anim generation. Simply tell the soft- 
ware to render direct to the DDR volume 
and PAR will automatically compile the ani- 
mation as it progresses, saving you time 
and better still massive amounts of disk 
space. 

And because Ihe PAR hard drive can be 




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addressed as a normal AmigaDOS volume, 
it can also be backed -up using software 
such as Ami-Back or Quarterback, 

Although direct render-recording is easily 
the most efficient approach it doesn't mean 
yOu can't compile from existing files; in fact 
as long as the files are saved as 24-bit IFFs 
anything goes, with an average conversion 
lime being one to 12 seconds for each 
frame, 

Al the bottom of the scene we come to 
the heart of PAR control system with an 
array of tape-deck-styla transport controls. 
All the old favourites are available including 
play, pause, single frame advance, first and 
last frame, slow motion and of course 
record. However buttons aren't the only 



I must admit on first unpacking the complete system it does look 
rather daunting with three cards, the essential IDE hard disk plus 
connecting cables. 

However after connecting the IDE and capture card to the Par 
and sliding in both adjacent Zorro slots along with AD516. things 
soon looked more ir end y 

After replacing Ihe lid and connect up Ihe necessary audio ard 
Video Ins and Ouls I sat down to install the software fully expeclmrj 
counlless teething troubles. 

However much lo my surprise the system was completely glitch - 
free right from the oft - and remained so throughout ihe entire 
review. 

Not once did the system let me down, not a single frame was 
dropped or sample misplaced, OK, you might eaped nettling less 
from such expensive hardware, but believe me total reliability is a 
rare thing and stands as a testament la the excellent build quality 
and software development that's gone into the system. 

For Ihe technophiles in the audience the combination ol the cap- 
ture card and PAR provide composite, S-VHS and component video 
ins and outs respectively, while ihe AD516 sampler provides eight 
track recording and playback via twin siereo ins and ouls., 



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means ol control. A slider has also been 

added enabling the mouse to become a 
graphical jog shuttle Sirnply click a button 
and drag the bar to the frame of your choice 
- all in real-time of course. 

Above the transport control sit arguably 
the mosi important elements in the entire 
interlace On the left you have the frame 
count in the PAR format, while the right 
shows its equivalent in SMPTE tirnecode, 

By referencing the two you can cut and 
paste frame accurately and mirror the edits 
m the SunRize sampling software lo main- 
tain lip sync with the audio track, 

Below the transport controls await a fur- 
ther eight buttons plus the FPS - or frames 
per second control. When the transport is in 
slow motion mode, the FPS window allows 
any sipw-motion speed to be applied 

First up in the button bank comes the 
grab option which allows you to take a sin- 
gle real-time grab from the incoming video. 
Alongside is the curiously tilled E/E button 
which enables a live preview of the video 
source - this automatically activates prior to 
recording. 

CONTROLS 

Next comes the Irame or field selector, 
basically this toggles the PAR belween full 
interlaced video and individual video fields, 
which is very useful when running in slow- 
motion as interlace flicker can often be a 
real problem. 

Alongside field and Irame control comes 
the GPJ button which apparently stands lor 
general purpose interface. Basically this 
allows limited remote control from either a 
second mouse or edit controller, 

Unfortunately the GPl demands some 
basic cable construction to make the neces- 
sary connections but once established 
pause and play can be toggled directly from 
the edit controller - unfortunately thal's as 
far as it goes. 

On ihe second row lurks the mono button 
which surprise, surprise toggles between 
colour and mono. Alongside this awaits a 
tilm/video button which enables playback of 
your creation at 24 FPS - alias movie 
speed... 

Following this comes the Held selector for 




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As you'va probably gathered I'm impressed if not amazed by the power, flexi- 
bility arid reliability ol the system. However nothing is ever ■complelely perfect 
and PAR is no exception. 

First of all Ihe manual could do with some attention At Ihe moment it's 
slightly vague in some key areas - with Ine connection between the PAR and 
SunRize board being the most notable example. 

In fact Ihe audio link could be made a iiflle simpler m general. Fortunately 
SunRize are aware of Ibe problem and have promised a virtual PAR track in 
Ibe nex! software update. 

Hopefully this wii completely automate the audio/video connection, but 
until then you'll be forced lo note SMPTE limes and cut and paste (be audio 
and video separately, 

Another omission is Ihe lack of an HS244 conlrol pori on the PAR card, 
Withoj" such remote transport control it's impossible lo totally integrate the 
PAR with an edil controller or A-B roll system. 

However, leaving Ibese two curable problems aside, it must be stressed 
that Ibe PAR system is nothing shorl of the nexl step up the evolutionary lad- 
der for ihe Amiga and videography in general. 



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Ihe field or Irame button directly above. 
Lastly comes the all -important SMPTE but- 
ton which produces a requester into which 
you add the SMPTE trigger time tor simulta- 
neous control of playback and 
recording when running in 
conjunction with Ihe SunRize 
sottware. 

In the bottom right await 
another four controls which 
combine to fine tune the incom- 
ing video and aid colour correc- 
tion. First up is the prefs 
requester which allows alter- 
ation of screen colours and 
adjustment of the sync between 
the PAR and an external genlock sync - if 
selected, Next up comes Proc Amp control. 
Basically this only applies to 
systems running the AD3000 
frame grabber. In addition to 
being a capture card it doubles 
up as a TBC which can colour 
correct the incoming video. 

In addition, it's from here you 
select Ihe video source whether 
il be Composite, Y/C, or S- 
VHS/HiS and CAV - otherwise 
' known as component. It's also 
possible lo freeze the incoming 
video and debne a range of ten colour cor- 
rection presets which can be recalled to 
improve the colour balance or 
generate cc-lou rising effects 
which are then passed onto Ihe 
PAR during recording. 

With the exception of the 
Qui! button all that remains is 
quality control. In Ihe case of 
the PAR this is splil into two 
elements. First comes the Q- 
Factor, which as you've proba- 
bly guessed refers lo image 
quality, The higher the Q-f actor 
the higher the image quality in the subse- 
quent animation. 

However to achieve higher image 
quality you nnus-l increase the number of 
blocks used to store each frame, Obviously 
the bigger Ihe block setting Ihe more space 
will be required for the subsequent 
animation. 

In addition the speed of Ihe target drive 
also affects the maximum possible Q- 
F actor. Basically (he whole process is a bal- 
ance between image quality, disk space 
and hardware speed. 

BALANCING 

Fortunately you're aided in the balancing 
act by a requester which pops-up al Ihe end 
of each recording telling you what the maxi- 
mum block size was in that particular 
sequence. 

As a result you can adjust the block size 
accordingly and re-record to attain ihe max- 
imum storage space in relation to 
the required O-Faclor. The maximum possi- 
ble O-Factor is 23 which is akin to Mil- In 
other words as close as you can get to D1 - 
alias true digital video - without a digital 
camera. 

To give you a better Idea, Composrte 
video is roughly Q-Factor 10 while S-VHS 
lies between 12 to 14, and to achieve SP 



Background 



Although PAR is a spectacular development., 
il's woriti remembering thai it is Ihe first of its 
kind. In fact ibere are already two systems - 

from Macro Systems and H&lfrich - which 
ere in Ibe Final stages of development and 
promise a similar blend ol 24-bit video and 
16-bit audio, 

Belter still, both plan to retail at a signifi- 
cantly lower price, and unlike PAR claim nol 
to require a dedicated la-rj disk. However, I 
find it very difficult lo see how they can out 
perform the PAR when it comes to overall 
quality and, perhaps equally importantly, reli- 
ability. 






quality you'd need a Q-Factor of maybe 1$ 
lo 17. When grabbing, live video time is ol 
the essence and the maximum reliable G- 
Factor I could manage was 1 3 with a max- 
mum block limit. As mentioned, thu 
translates to image quaJity above lhat 
of a Betacam SP player - however due to 
Ihe block sizes this would only alio* 
about 5/6 minutes of footage on a on* 
gigabyte drive. 

However when you're compiling 
animation from rendered images the O- 
Factor could be pushed even closet 
lo Ihe maximum - as ihe system has much 
longer to process Ihe dala and compile iht 
anim. 

If you're willing to set your sights a Irate 
lower, at lets say S-VHS/Betacam SP qutf- 
ity, id say you'd squeeze between nm 
and ten minutes from the same one g 
byle drive. 

Of course you're nol restricted to 
particular drive size and if necessary 
second drive can be added as a 51a 
space becomes a problem . 






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.' ."Mil £249 ?4(IMQ £389 5411MB £S39 
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CD" Spectacular Voyage inr Chaos 

frtKinc. Mif-'finism .,.£279 

New full motion video, allows video 
CD's lo be played on the CD ■ £1 97 

Lead tor CD" la 1085 monitor £14.99 

AMIGA 600 

A6Q0 Wierd, Wild & Wicked pack 
Includes Delux Paint 3, Micoprose 
Grand Prix, Silly Putty.. Pushover and 
further free software 

A600W/W& W £196 

A60DW/W& Wwilll 20MB HD.£276 
A600 WAV & W with BOMB HD.£359 
A600 W,W &W+ 1.3 ROM £216 



A1200PRORAM 



Hij»h quality memory expansion 

I is ■, to fll lull inmr lie Ikiiis 
Co-processor option 
ProRAM 1200 simply slots into the 
expansion port under the trap door 

ProfiAM T2O0 2MB £T69 

ProfiAM 1200 4MB £209 

ProRAM 1200 8MB £289 

ProfiAM PCMCIA A6QO/A12O0 

2MB £T09 

4MB £159 

ProRAM 1MB AM0 £32 



MONITORS 



14" Hi-R.es colour display 
Compile with c*We 
Includes integral stand 
Full UK warranty 

Commodore 1QB4/10fl5s £194 

Philips 14l5SAmonitorrrV £184 

Micro ViWc .28 1438 fat Wereo .£309 

A1 200 SVGA monitor £228 

IdiwLiv hi|w™iiM.iivHv model, 'int iV*l'juJ|i 

Commodore 1940 £284 

Commodore 1942, £134 

fill & Swhtd niand £6 

Monitor dust cover .........£4.99 

1..5m mr>nilnf fljil. Cahle £14.99 

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when pu-nhasi nu flw atavel 




PERIPHERALS 



1 00 Capacity lockable disk bos: .£5.99 

Squick mouse £11.99 

Mouse mat... £1-99 

TDK high quality DSD(ID) disks £9.99 

Computer Mall DSD(IO) disks £6 

let Fighter joystick £11.99 

■V|..i. Iir joystick £6.99 

Pylhmi jaystiek £9.99 

Ziphlk k | cj vs lick £14.99 

Zt-Fy speakers U* 

AS0O/AiiO0/A 1 200 dust covers . £4.99 

ASOO m..H.il.ili.' £36 

Bus ioyuirk £13.99 

4-Wfly m.iins extension blot k £7.99 

TVRF lead £4,99 

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Advanced software 

Power Scanner 3 |ASOO/A1200)..£102 

Naski mono IA50UJ IB9 

Power Scanner 4 £116 

Power Scanner rolnur 4 .£229 

Fp^nr GT-&500 mi, softwarel .,..£599 



PRO ROM SWAPPER 




Swap between Kicks* art chips 
Fits A50G, A5D0-P-, A600, A150O 
Auto swapping via keyboard control 
Flexible cable allows (he swapper to 
work in conjunction wilh accelerators 

Simple 10 fil- full in^tri^«. lions 

Pro ROM Swapper £16 

Pro ROM 5wapper+ 1 .3 ROM £3S 

Pro rom Swapper* 2. 04 ROM £40 

KICKSTART ROMS 

KickStart ROM 2.04 £24 

KickStartRQMIJ £17 



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disk drive........ ....£47 

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disk drive t!i9 

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Swill 90 Colour £157 

Swift 200 Colour £189 

Swift 240 Colour £219 

Panasonic t«P 1170 Colour £135 

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KickStari U £17 

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( >■ Agnus 8375 £39 

Hi-Re* Uenise £16 

IMBi r ) Simmsllehifll £19 

1MB x 4 Zips £19 

8550CIA £7 

32 Swim 1MB...,. £62 

32 5irnm2MB .£104 

32 SimrrHMB £149 

M S«nm«Mti £289 

ASM modulator , 436 

Ul'I>I jcemenl mouse. £13.99 

ASOO Inie-rnal Disk Drive £47 

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REVIEWS 



Inkjet refills 



Inkjet refills certainly aren't anything new but in 
the past they've always seemed father expen- 
sive. In fact in some cases the difference 
between a rati II and a completely new cartridge 
has been relatively nominal 

With this the case, many - myself included - 
have been put off the whole process, especially 
when confronted with the prospeel of fiddling 
around with syringes and bottles of potentially 
messy ink. 

However, Jarome Russell are determined to 
revamp the appeal of the refill. Unfortunately 
Ihey can't avoid the age old problem of syringes 
hui ihey have done a remarkable job of bridging 
the divide between hassle and expense As you 



can see, the lairly 
stylish bos conceals 
nol one but iwo refill 
bollles along with the 
essential syringe. 

fn addition you also 
receive fairly extensive 
instructions on how to 
refill a number of the 
more popular inkjet car- 
tridges. 

These include a step- 
by-slep guide to (ho 
Hewlett Packard, Canon 
and Olivetti range nf car 




irldges, although a little common senst 
should allow pretty much any cartridge to i 
recharged. 

Unfortunately colour refills aren't an 
but for mono printers Jerome Russell ofli 
probably the most cost effective refills in 
business with each pack retailing at just £5jf 
or iwo for £9,99 - including postage ar-: 
packing 



Supplier: Jerome Russell 

Price: E5.M 

Tel: 031-478 7771 



Bargain buys 



Unmissable optical character 

recognition software, multimedia 

speakers and budget inkjet printer refills 

get the once-ouer ftnm PaulRustin 




PtmQtmrtmiri wax 

HBVBrT (T.llPOr 

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IDiCraph OCR software 



Most Miuitiscan monitors can easily be 
used with Amrgas. Some more modern 
mil I ti scan monitors incorporate DMS 
iOigilal Memory Sizing) which automal- 
icatfy resizes the screen to cope with 
extended video loathes such as over- 
Scan sic. 

Without this feature, it it necessary to 
adjust the picture srzing and position with 
the Dootnois availanls. MulliscBn monitors 
are generatly ihe most expensive ol alt 
types ol monitor*. 

Vou shogrd expect to pay more for 
□MS When buying a multisync monitor, 
make sure il is able la scan down to hori* 
zontaJ trequencias of at le«al tSkHj, for 
the Amiga's. PAL end NTSC modes 



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OCR software on the Amiga for less than E50, surely nof Well unbelievable 
as it may seem, the Amiga's teading OCR software has taken a dramatic price 
cut,, down from a rathgr hopeful £265 to jusl C4S.95. 

For those unfamiliar with the term, optical character recognition quite literal- 
ly teaches your machine to read. Ad you need da is provide the text In the 
lorm ol a scan which is then interpreted by the software. If all goes well it 
should then produce an Ascii text file which can be loaded into any word 
processor, DTP package or text eddor 

As you'd expect such a system relies heavily on the quality of the scan, bul 
assuming you can provide the necessary IFF. TIFF or IMG image the process 
can be surprisingly fast, and better still accurate. 

As you may have guessed via the reference to l he various file formats if 
isn't even necessary to own one of the scanners directly supported by the 
software. In fact any scanner (hat can provide a reasonable resolution mono 
scan can be used with the software 

As far a resolution Is concerned the higher the better, with the optimum 
level being 400dpi, although having said that I've tested the software using a 
JX10G colour scanner which has a maximum resolution ol 200dp». and the 
results were still very respectable. 

However no matter what scanner you choose it's a good idea to have a 



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JUNE 1 994 



fairly reasonable amount of RAM on-hand - around 3 to 4Mb <S probably a 

sensible starting point. 

It's not that the program demands a let of RAM, but unless you can scan 
and process a fairly sizeable area and still retain reasonable resolution rt 
would probably be quicker to copy the teat manuafly. 

Considering the complexity of what's going on in the background, the pro- 
gram itself is surprisingly simple and friendly - a classic example being the 
ability to rotate and flip the scan to achieve the correct orientation. 

Assuring you're happy wilh the Scan, what's next? Well that depends on 
the scan itself. If it's pure text you can simple process the whole page 
However, what happens if there's graphics and artwork spattered around the 
scan? 

Fortunately Migreph have come up wrth a solution in the form of a selection 
ol basic drawing tools which allow the creation of boxes and polygon regions 
whicn can be drawn around specific areas of text. 

Obviously many publications - ours included - present their copy in 
columns or legs, which if scanned from top lo bottom would generate an illegi- 
ble mess. 

However with the assistance of the drawing tools you can isolate each sec- 
tion, column or box out. If you then seleel them m the appropriate order before 



REVIEWS 



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fJlultimedia speakers 






Add-on speakers are nothing new to the Amiga 
but in the past the vasl majority have been 
rather shabby creations which on the whole 
would look mere al home on the back shelf of a 
Cortina. 

However GoldenlMAGE are set add a little 
glamour tg Ihe Amiga's audio- output courtesy of 
their new Multimedia speakers. Unlike most add- 
on speaker systems, this new range appear lo be 
dedicated computer speakers rather lhan cheap 
car speaker converts. 

As you can see, styling has bean taken very 
seriously wilh obvious results combining good 
looks with logical design,. Controls are pretty 
basic with a simple off Ion switch, and volume 
control controlling both speakers. 

The on!y minor annoyance concerns connect- 
ing them to ihe Amiga. Unlike most add-on 
speakers these rely on a stereo mini-Jack 
for input rather than the usual phono 
configuration. 

As a result you'll probably be forced lo buy 
additional cable from your local Tandy to make 
necessary connections. 

However in my opinion they're well worth the 
additional effort and expense. It's lairly obvious 



that the speakers are basically a port-across f 
rem the PC which often uses such 

connections for the various PC sound cards. 
As for sound quality there's no complaints 

whatsoever - especially considering the 
price. 

Two classic signs of dodgy construction are 
speaker rattle and signal distortion al higher vol- 
umes, But in this case there was no sign of 
either, even when they were cranked up to full 
volume. 

However before you rush to the phone it must 
be stressed that the Multimedia range are dedi- 
cated computer speakers and arenl really much 
use for anything else, The impedance is very high 
and as a result (hey do need lo be driven tairly 
hard. 

In addition they are slightly lacking in bass 
department and have a marked tenancy to buzz 
slightly when used wilh anything other than com- 
puter output, 

Basically they look great, sound good and retail 
at a very affordable £29.95. If you want lo 
add a little glamour and improve your audio 
at the same time they're a big improvement on 
the opposition, 




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Supplier: Golden IMAGE 

Price: £29.95 

Tel: 0B1 -365 1102 



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^mating the OCR, each is processed in sequence and compiled into the out- 
put file in the correct order. 

When the OCR is initiated it relies on mathematical definitions lo identify 
each letter in combination with an optional interactive learning In the past 
OCR software relied on raster-based processing which demanded a huge 
database to which scanned data could be cross- referenced; fortunately this 
ant the case wilh the Migraph software. 

Thanks to Omnifont mathematical definitions, the database isn't required 
and as a result much less space is needed, while accuracy and flexibility have 
unproved considerably, 

Of course, interactive learning hasn't been abandoned and after every OCR 
pass you're presented with a screen which scrolls through the text picking up 
any dodgy characters, symbols and grammatical marks that the software 
doesn't recognise. 

As a result you can train the software to spot irregular words or lypos which 
can he appended to the existing dictionary. If you can't bo bothered editing the 
tert manually it's also possible to let the software automatically scan the data 
and correct any obvious mistakes. 

Not surprisingly, rhe process isn't perfect with a common mistake being the 
Mure to spot capitals and grammatically misinterpret marks. However if you 



tend to process particular fonts on a regular basis even these errors can be 
eliminated. 

All in all I'm pretty Impressed. It did fall down on serif fonts more often, 
although on sans serif typefaces il was often near-perfect. Basically if you've 
got a lot ol text to convert and suffer Irom particularly poor typing speed, it's 
j ; ust what the doctor ordered. 

Add together a decent scanner, a reasonable amount ol RAM. the Migraph 
software and a good word processor, and plagiarism couldn't be simpler. 

Personally I found by far the fastest wonking method was to process the 
scan, run Ihe automatic recognition sequence and then load the text straight 
inlo a word processor - preferably employing the Collins Linguibase proximity 
spoil checking system. 

Once safely installed into the word processor, a quick spelling check usually 
corrects any remaining errors. Finish off with a quick read through, and 
Robert's a close relative - so to speak,.. 



Supplier: GoldenlMAGE 

Price: E49.95 

Tel: 0B1 -365 1102 



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COMPETITION 



Get the 
power... 

The PowerPlay video, presented by Dominic 
Diamond, reveals the wealth of crucial skills and 
techniques which led to Danny Curley becoming the 
former OK and European games playing champion. 
Danny is now a product evaluator for a company 
involved in developing new games. He tests 
them, identifies faults and suggests improvements. 

The strategic techniques outlined in PowerPlay work 
across all the various games formats and are applic- 
able to players of varying abilities. Techniques cov- 
ered include strategic skills, joystick control, screen 
positioning and weapon use. Entering this competi- 
tion could enable yog to drastically improve your 
scores, without having to resort to cheating! 

To enter, all you have to do is send the entry form 
below to PowerPlay competition, Amiga Computing, 
Europress Direct, PO Box 2, South Wirral L65 3EA. 
The closing date is June 30. 



Result Information may be obtained by writing to our offices No cash 
alternative to othe prize is availalbe. The editor's decision is final. Nq 
correspondence will be entered Into. 



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£49.95 

„ , £63.95 

, ei4S.as 

■M Run wrroH Clock apgradeable 
l«t ram board to 1, 1. 4 or Bmb 
■aft optional flouting point unit 

EB9 

E115 

£179 

■ t*^ £359 

WM for *b*v* {ob* for A4000) 

E3S 

£79 

_ £114 

£154 

MM HAM 

I no c*Odc £23 95 

I ■* Clock £39.95 

A500 RAM 

•3 no doc* £14.95 

Bonn clock £24.95 

ASOO* RAM 

C* 1MB £23.95 

tun in i RAM for CVP Hardrives 

;32hn... £29.95 

S32rjrt £149.95 

- RAM for CVP {A1230, 

1 64 pin £49.95 

1 64 pin £179.95 



..£109 
.£169 



COMPUTERS 



Amiga A4000rtJ40* Hard rirtw* 

B5MB2+4RAM ,£1895 

I BOMB 2+4RAM £1919 

200MB 2+4RAM £1939 

2S0MB 2.4RAM , ....El 979 

340M8 2*4RAM £2069 

420MB. 2+4RAM £2149 

540MB 2+4RAM £2299 

Amiga A4G0Q/O3O* Hard drive 

B5MB 1+1RAM .£699 

130MB 1+1RAM E969 

200MB 1+1RAM £999 

250MB 1*1RAM - E1Q39 

340MB 1+1 RAM £1099 

426MB 1-i-lP.AM £1199 

540MB 1*1RAM ....,.,..£1299 

Amiga A12W computers 

A1200 £2&5 

A12DD + 40MB £385 

A120Q + 65MB £440 

A1200 + 80MB £M9 

A 1200 + 127MB : £499 

A12Q0 + 200MB £549 

A1200 + 340MB £699 

Desktop Dynamite pack for above 
please Add £40 

Amiga CD31 Console 
CD32 with four game* £209 



HARD DRIVES 



Amiga ASOO + ASOOplN* 

D£ controller for AStW and A5O0+ with 
fW9 RAM Option tor slandard 2.5" or 3.5' 

P.C, compatible hard drives 
Isreroiier only ■ j^I? 

«JQU8 witti comtrtillerj^tS*— ■ E27B 
BOMB with corTi™***^*^. .£299 

S^Oiff^ 1 ™ 11 *" £369 

^flllfwilh controller , £399 

Hard drive for A1SOO, A2O00. 

A3000 and A44WJO 

(5p*C a* above) 

-3«roiief only £89 

«MB witfl controller ., £209 

•SUB with controller £249 

•20MB wrth consoler , £279 

39DMB with conlroller £299 

250MB with conlroller £319 

3*OMB with conlroller £379 

420MB with conlroller £429 

540MB with controller £499 

Mow Oktagon 4008 SCSI 2 
controller with up to 8MB 

upgradeable for A1SOO, AJOOO, 

A3DOO+ now A4000 

Controller only E99 

. MB with controller .£299 

340MB £399 

540MB £599 

■ 2 G-Byle £889 

* G-Byle £1599 

4 0G-Byte £2499 



M.'IHM:l- 



Commodore 1942 £339 

Commodore 1940 ,...£289 

Commodore 1085 ....£199 

Micioviloc MuUisync £389 

SVGA Monitor £199 



PRINTERS 



HfMMlt Psdcard 

HP 310 £339 

HP 510 £260 

HP 5D0 Colour £299 

HP 550 Colour £479 

hP 1200 Colour ,£1399 

HP 4 Laser printer £599 

CfttMN 

Swift 90 colour £159 

Swift 2D0 colour £200 

Swill 240 colour £249 

ProJetH £250 

Soikosha 

SP 1900 £124.99 

SP240O £154 

SL 90 £154 

Si 95 »95 

Star 

LC2Q £129 

LC 100 Colour £149 

LC200 ....£199 

LC 24- 3D colour £229 

LC 24-300 £299 

SJ 48 BubWeJel £205 

FargO 
Primer* printer £819 

Amite* 3.5' ESS* 

Power 3 5" E63 

Cumana 3.5' £58 



PICASSO II 



iMBversian E289 

2MS version £325 



HARD DRIVES 



2.5" Internal Hard drive? for AGW 
and AUOO 

40MB PDA 

65MB £149 

85MB , £169 

120MB £215 

170MB £269 

309MB £329 

H.II wilh 2.5' IDE raWes 



NEW NEW WE 

CD-ROM 
CONTROLLER 



TANDEM CD-ROM CONTROLLER 

FOR A15GO A2000 A3COO AND 

A4000 

* Supports Mitsumi LuOCS or FXO01 1 D CD 
Rom drive 

* Includes SO 9660 CD-ROM fHesystem 

* Includes "playCD" utility for audio 
operation 

'Complete online docu mentation 

* Compatible with workbench 3.1 cd File 
System Babel CDF 5, ASIM CD-ROM 
fiiesystem and single photo C-Os 

* Supports, mon IDE hard drive 

TANDEM.. £69 

TANDEM + CD ROM £264 



CDTV ADD ON 



for ASOO or ASOOf 



A570.. 



..£99 



MULTIFACE CARD 3 



MultJ I/O card for Amiga A154M 

A2000 AlOOO or A4O00 2 

additional serial ports and 1 parallel 

port £99 

T IT7T7H 

ALFADATA 

2SG Creystal* scanners for ASOO 

ASOO+ AfrOO A1200 A1SOO A200Q 

AJtOOO and now A40OQ 

AD 1QS wilh Touch up and 

merge il Software- £119.95 

AD 105. with Touch up and 

merge it and OCR Software E169 

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I'm writing lo say that I 
think the debate over 
pornography has 
unfairly left the other 
areas of concern in (he 
shade. Yes, we need 
lo know about the dan- 
gers, and yes, our police should have better 
* ays to stop this going on, and I agree that 
|M tacky pictures you pnnted were neces- 
sary lo raise awareness (though only just), 
but what about violence? 

Your raised the issue a long time ago in 
an article called Seditious Sprites, but it has 
n-ean a dead area ever since then. I for one 
nave a 15-year-old son who has seen some 
of the softer cornpyter porn and It's not 
something I'm over-concerned about. 

The images he has on disk are no worse 
ttian (hose in Ihe tabloids, but some ot the 
games he plays are much more worrying. 
There are some in which the blood flows by 
:rte bucketful, and characters scream very 
convincingly (I think it must be samples 
torn actors}, and these are his favourite. 

II seems that the more violence ihe better 
as far as he is concerned, and Ihe look of 
concentrated glee on his face when he 
; ays some of Ihese games is reminiscent 
:f a sci-fi film noir. 

Some of ihe language he is prompted to 
jse when he "kills" his opponents has 
:aused blazing rows, particularly when he's 
shouting something like "die, you &"""!" at 
trie screen. 

This area of computer software might in 

Tie past have been less worrying, but now 

-e wants a CD32 and one of those 

.-■dec cartridges so he can play CD movie 

es. 

I worry that Ihe games will he more vio- 

:han most films, and I don't want my 

son killing real people and enjoying il, even 

f ihey are only on-screen. 

Shouldn't there be more said about com- 
rjier violence? Parents such as myself 
«ould welcome more debate and some sort 
of guidance. 

Mrs Gitty Wesson, Cardiff 

The question of excessive violence In 
computer games has never been taken 
. ery seriously because up until recently 
.ery few games contained anything 



other then cartoon violence. Any attempt 
to address the issue was met by corn- 
par i eons to Tom and Jerry, and to be 
honest the comparison is a valid one. 

However, as Video CO takes off. and 
CD-ROM titles come to contain more and 
more animation - much of it digitised 
from real life - the Industry will have to 
look long and hard at its policy In this 
area 

James Ferman of the British Board of 
Film Classification told us two years ago 
thai as soon as CO-ROM games con- 
tained real-life Images, they would coma 
under the remit of Ihe censors and 
would be age rated. 

With the current problems at the 
BBFC, however, and the pressures of 
classification on thousands of videos, 
never mind a whole new medium. It Is 
difficult to see how the present system 
will cope. 

Titles such as Voyeur on the CDI and 
Demolition Man should, by Mr Ferman s 
criteria, be subject to classification, but 
as the TV, movie, and computer indus- 
tries gradually merge, the dividing lines 
will be blurred beyond belief. 

We win be looking at this subject 
again in the near future, examining the 
extent of computerised violence and 
how parents and others can be assured 
that games are safe for their children, 
but for the moment the only guide you 
have is Elspa's new system and good 
old common sense. 

When in doubt over a game's content, 




Imagine 
that 



check the magazine reviews and, If pos- 
sible, take a look at the software In the 
shop before buying it. 

[Dili left out 

Being a CDTV owner l am getting sick and 
tired over all the hype about CD32 Yes if is 
a great machine but what about its prede- 
cessor? 

CDTV owners, like myself, have been left 
high and dry by Commodore, Whaiever 
happened to Ihe rumoured trade-in offers 
where existing CDTV owners could possibly 
upgrade to the A1 200 or CD327 

All we are left with is a bloody expensive 
A500 with a CD drive shoved in a black box. 
and a rapidly diminishing software selection, 

I have written to Commodore on several 
occasions regarding upgrades and trade- 
ins, and I am stilt awaiting a reply, so on 
behalf of all CDTV owners l would like to 
ask you: 

i Are there going to be any trade-in offers? 

If bo, how much and when? 

2 Are there any upgrades available to bring 






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While reading your March issue, I came across your 
advert for a book called Undsrsianding Imagine 2 by 
the author Steve Worley (page 157). 

However, on making enquiries at my local bookshop 
I was told thai this book is not on record, but if I could 
give them ihe name of the publisher, they might be 
able to order it for me. 

Could you therefore please let me have ihis Informa- 
tion or who I should gel In touch with so that I can get 
hold of il? 

Peter Sheldon, Bradford 

The advert you refer to was in fact a mini-review 
designed to remind new and old users of past 



products which are still good value for 
money, but we neglected to point out 
just how difficult the book la to com* by these 
days. 

Sorry folks, but as Imagine 3.0 I* on the way, 
Steve Is working hard at the next edition of the 
book to Incorporate the new features, and as soon 
as Understanding Imagine 3 Is available, wall let 
you know. 

The previous edition he a been discontinued for 
ihe moment, and we can only suggest thai you 
look for a US advertiser In a copy of Amiga World, 
which can be found at some larger branches of WH 
Smiths, 



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a rapidly dating machine up to the current 

spec? 

3. Is it worth drtclwg my COTV and saving 

up to buy a PC which won't dale as last as 

my Amiga? 

Finally, I would Ilka to thanks Commodore 
tor showing CDTV owners the kind of sup- 
port we showed them when we bought the 
machine - not. 

Mr C Pollard, London 



We ask^d Commodore on your behalf, 
and the answer was that no such 
upgrade was in the pipeline. To be fair to 
Commodore, the rumours you refer to 
would have been just that, and no 
Commodore statement has ever actually 
promised an upgrade, even though they 
should really have done so. 

Software support, as you point out. Is 
dwindling, but there are still a lot of 
available titles, even if the vast 
majority of CD developers have 
moved lock, stock and barrel to 
the new 32-bit wunderkind. 

You will find that as the year 
drags on the CDTV will be more 
and more e forgotten relic of the 
past, if it hasn't acquired that sta- 
tus already. 

The idea in the first place was 
over-ambrlious. and the attempt 10 
kick start the CDTV market by releasing 
the A570 was an ignominious failure, 
mainly because it was expensive and 
most users saw it as old technology. 

As for existing upgrades, the only one 
I know of in the UK Is offered by ZCL 
(0543 414817) who will fit a 2Mb chip 
HAM upgrade, but it's not cheap. 

Your final comment about PCs not 
becoming obsolete is a bit naive, consid- 
ering the move the PC market has made 
from B086 through 80286, 80386 {with the 
various SX options) to 8Q4B6, never mind 
the huge variety of conflicting sound, 
video, and interface standards, all of 
which will be obsolete when the Pentium 
machines arrive In force. 

The Amiga has used only four CPUs 
and three chip sets in eight years {unlike 




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the PC with its myriad Bios systems), 
and has retained a better record of 
downward compatibility than many PC 
fans would believe. 

Ask a PC owner how many Windows 
programs were usable on the 286 AT if 
you think Amiga owners are bard done 
by. 

flmiga lagnuts 

Firstly, Td (ike to thank you all for being 
Amiga enthusiasts - il's nice to know that a 
leading Amiga magazine isn't run by a load 
of businessmen. However, if you are Amiga 
enthusiasts, prove It by switching to the 
Amiga to produce Amiga Computing when 
PageSlream 3.0 is released. 

Having received an information pack 
from. Sofl-Logik, PageStream 3.0 has about 
60 new features which aren't present in 
Quark Xpress. With the superior multi- 
tasking Workbench 3.0 operating sys- 
tem, which far out-performs System 
7, and the blinding speed of the 
A4000. I suggest switching to the 
Amiga. 

I respect I he tact lhal the manag- 
er ol AC may not want to dump 
fits beloved Macs, even though 
PageStream 3.0 is the best DTP 
package available, but get the 
message across nicely, and beg tl 
necessary to use the superior Amiga 
I'm sure you'll get your way in the end. 
Imagine a network of Amiga 4000s all 
linked to each olher, ail running the premier 
DTP package. OK, I realise the Mac's child- 
ish operating systgm and one button mouse 
have a certain charm, but seeing as Amiga 
Computing is always ahead Of the rest, 
wouldn't using A4000s and PageStream 3.0 
give you that extra boost over your 
competitors? 

Nathan White. Walsa.lt 

You aren't the first reader to suggest 
that we use Amigas 1o produce the mag- 
azine, and you won't be the last, but to 
suggest we switch from a program 
(Quark Xpress) with thousands of hours 
in a professional environment under its 
belt for a new and as yet untried pack- 



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Quark Xpr#aa: fbouid wm damp It 
In favour of PxycStrtT.im 3.Q? 

age is nothing short of madness. 

Even if PageSlream 3.0 were available 
on the Mac, it is highly unlikely that our 
art editors would be switched from a 
package they know to one which they 
don't until it had undergone at least six 
months of intensive testing by our sys- 
tems manager, One bug in the wrong 
place could cost us tens of thousands of 
pounds. 

In addition, Europress Is a large group 
publishing over a dozen titles, all of 
which are laid out on the Mac, and we 
need the great degree of flexibility this 
offers us. 

We need to know that If we have an art 
editor off sick or on holiday, we can 
switch one from an Acorn, ST, PC or 
Nintendo magazine to an Amiga maga- 
zine with ease. Are you suggesting that 
all these highly trained and highly skilled 
layout specialists are retrained In the 
use of a new program? 

If PageStream 3.0 lives up to its press 
releases, we will have no hesitation In 
recommending it to anyone setting up a 
DTP or magazine business for the firsl 
time, but the program is a latecomer and 
can't hope to break into Quark's existing 
user base, 

Sorry if you think this is in some way 
unpatriotic, but it makes more commer- 
cial sense than Amiga tunnel vision. 



Your Comment article, "A disk too far" in April's issue may well have been a 
valid point of view, but I felt it came across as an unnecessary 
apology. 

Without doubt you have given away some quality software on CoverDisks 
over the years that I have been reading you mag, and even though some of 
it has been of no interest to me whatsoever, I still think that 1 get value for 
money. 

As lor the free distribution of programs on CoverDisks causing damage to 
the software industry, is this strictly true? It could be said that many of these 
programs are in fact past their sell-by dales. 

For example, you said that Kindwords and The Publisher are worth L'40, 
yet they are both advertised in your mag at £29,99. 

It's always possible that these Ireebie CoverDisks may even help the soft- 
ware houses. I mean you usually give away early versions of programs, so 
when readers use them they may well decide to upgrade. 

What about the offers of manuals that go with most disks? As most ol 
them are around the £10 mark I would imagine this would generate a fair bil 
of income. 

Anyway, please carry on with CoverDisks even if you have to cut back a 



bit on the top quality software and maybe go for more shareware stuff, and 
remember lha old adage: you can please all of the people some of the time... 

Vic Storey, Dereham 

l think I should ooint out to the rest of the readers that we didn't pay you 
to write this letter. Yes, we will carry on with CoverDisks, and use 
commercial software if we can find suitable packages, but though you 
are correct in pointing out that a single software house will benefit 
from a disk giveaway (they wouldn't do it otherwise), the point 
made in our comment article was that the market as a whole might be 
suffering. 

One manufacturer of, say, graphics packages might make a tidy profit 
out of a disk promotion, but the number of such packages sold In the six 
months after such a promotion must surely be minimal, and this can't 
help retailers or other software houses. 

The policy of other magazine publishers is out of our hands, and the 
expectations of Amiga users likewise, but there isn't e single Amiga 
journalist (especially those who have to put these disks together) who 
wouldn't welcome the chance to drop free packages altogether. 



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Paint problems Tram 
■rter space 

_ nave an Amiga A 1200 with a 4Mb 

J upgrade, malhs co-processor and 

s 185Mb hard drive I have (ned ta 

retail Star Trek and Deluxe Paint IV 

— w came free with my Amiga- 

; *er neither of them contain an 

■ Tram so I have dragged all the 

onto a partition of my hard drive. 

.nataiy, neither of ihe programs 

I get an error message "unable 

your lool Deluxe Paint IWStar 

a added to my startup- sequence the 

r. it i Ait -alnl IWSttr frit 

r^ :- .■'"•ei.kiri-;) Ihem vviihi SnOOpDOfl tfte 

-:«.ng have failed - Ram Disk, 

nes. Rexxc, System, S, Prefs. 

pStartup. Tools and Tools/Commodities. . 

■Ms on earth can I do to get these to run? 

A Bemascone. West Sussex 

_ I find it very strange that neither 

of the programs you describe 

have Installer programs for 

them. I know for a tact that Deluxe 

*wt\t IV uses the official Commodore 

•■toiler Ah. well' 

What I would do is to create two draw- 
ers on a partition of your hard drive 
ctftod DPalntIV and Star Trek. I would 
■an copy the contents of these prc- 
§r»ms into their respective drawers 
mmg the window menu and selecting 
■dm all files. 

These programs use their own fonts 
*e you will have to copy any fonts in 
■• drawer to your hard drive's Fonts 
■rectory. The programs should 
»#n work successfully (famous last 
ds), 
H they do work you cart then delete 
unwanted directories from each 
r. Directories such as 3. c. Libs, 
tmt and L can be deleted as files from 
-■sse drawers are called from the hard 
■rive system. I find the SnoopDos 



II tf 
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«w* 



reports a little suspicious. If the pro- 
grams fail to work after trying out the 
above procedure I would suggest you re- 
format you hard drive and re-install the 
system software (Workbench 3.0). 

If all this fails I would advise you to 
send the products back to Electronic 
Arts and ask for copies that include the 
installer program. 




DPuitrt IV should coma compter* with a hard 
driwat JnataJlalfon program 



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wish la produce professional 
clip art, on teeth and related sub- 
jects, This comas in l&M and 
Macintosh formais. Will I be able 
to use eilhec of these formats directly or fail- 
ing that, what other hardware would I 
rc-quire? 

I have an Amiga 500 Plus with extra flop- 
py drive, GVP 42Mb hard drive and 5Mb 
RAW expansion. I: also own an HP printer 
which I use to print graphics. I hope you can 
give me soma advice. 

R Psrfitt, N Ireland 

C Let's dear up one point first. I 
presume you want to use clip art 
rather than produce it, in which 
case your best bet for clip art mater- 
ial Is to check out the many PD 
(public domain) advertisers in Amiga 
Computing. 

They normally contain a vast amount 
of clip art although if you want to find 
IBM and Macintosh artwork you will need 



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« I currently own an A120QHD and desper- 

J ataly wish ta add CD32 capability. I seem 

to have two choices - wail for the much- 

detayed CD32 add-on for the A 1200 or buy a 

standalone CD32 consols and a suitable interface 

between Ihe two machines. 

i would be grateM if you gould tell me what Ihe 

txely release date for the CD32 add-on or console 

108 is ta be and the cost. 

i am fed up with waiting lor the add-on. but am 

nervous thai if I buy a standalone console I won't be 

ante to buy an interface at a reasonable pnee - and 

■he add-on might subsequently have proved a 

cheaper choice . Any advice? 

F Fitch, Ipswich 

j_ There are two possible options for CD32 

L , and A 1200 compatibility and at the 

momonl only one of these has been 

realised. Commodore considered building 



some kind of Interface connector that would 
allow the A1200 to plug In to the CD32 but 
apparently came across problems with the FMV 
and decided to drop the project. However, other 
hardware manufacturers have taken an interest. 

The second option was taken up by 
Microbotlcs and consisted of building a spe- 
cialised keyboard, external floppy drive, printer 
option and memory expansion unit that could be 
manufactured to fit around the CDS 2. 

The keyboard fits to the CD32 via an external 
expansion device that connects to the CD32 SXI 
port. It may seem a bit extreme but you could 
sell your A1200, buy the Microbotfcs expansion 
module and start from there. 

You can find out more information about the 
Mi c robotics expansion module by calling indi 
Direct on 0S43 419999, The keyboard will coat 
you £145.99. the external Zappo drive £49.99 and 
the SXI Expansion Module £139.99. 




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Amiga Computing 



JUNE 1994 



I -Hi 



TECHNICAL 



EHplnde gDE5 flUJDL 



mm I use an Amiga 500 with two floppy drives and a recently 

J added hard drive. I have Installed Maxiplan onto my hard 

drive but I cannot get past the "I need explode library v4" 

requester. 

i remarnber this was mentioned in an earlier copy ol Amiga 

Computing hut I have extracted all the pages I wanled to keep from 

past magazines and destroyed whal remains due to lack of space. 

Unfortunately, I did nol keep the solution to the Explode library 

profclem. 

Could you kindly point me in the right direction either with insl ruc- 
tions or with the date of the magazine in which the correction was 
given? 

J Woodcock. Devon 

mr- All AmigaDOS disks such as Workbench and most com- 
L j mercial packages have the same structure. That is to 
say that certain directories and files need to be present 
on a disk for the programs to work. 

When copying programs onto a hard drive it is not always 
enough to simply copy the main program across. Any other files 
that Che program needs, which are invisible from Workbench 
may also need to be copied. In your ceae f explode.library v4. 

Libraries are stored in the LIBS directory of your hard drive. 
The explode.library is in the LIBS drawer on your Maxiplan disk 
so you need to copy it across to the LIBS drawer on your bard 
drive. 

Insert your Maxiplan disk into the internal drive - DFO. open up 
the CLI or Shell and type in the following; 

espy {fD:,ibs,'«ioli)d«.UO'inF (a Lttt: 
This should solve your problem. 



to purchase magazines specific to these 
computers. 

Scouring the Amiga PD libraries, I was 
unable to find any clip art on I he subject 
of dentistry {I presume this is why you're 
after clip art on teeth). 

If you manage to get hold of clip art in 
IFF form, which is the Image file stan- 
dard for the Amiga, you should be able 
to load it into any reasonable word 
processor. 

IBM and Macintosh-related clip art 
may need to be converted to IFF if 
you want to use il so you will need 
some kind of image manipula- 
tion program such as AdPro 2 or 
MorphPlus. 

Rcmember. most clip art is two colour 
only - black and white. Colour clip art is 
available but is normally only AGA-com- 
patible so you would need to own an 
A 1 ZOO or A4000. 

If anyone has any knowledge of clip 
art related to teeth, write in to ACAS and 
I'll pass the information on. 

missing set-up 

J Having just purchased the April 

issue of Amiga Computing, I am 

somewhat disappointed to find that 

the copy of KindWords 3 on the CoverDisks 

does not perform as suggested in the 

magazine. 

True, you offer a very good word proces- 
sor but there appears to be no* way to print 
graphics from it as you cannot access the 




you got problems too? 
Then drop a line to 
Amiga [emputinq Rduite 
Sefuite, Europa House, 
milumton Park. 

Macclesfield StVlQ W 
and well mcue heauen 
and earth to help in 
these columns. But 
Ml lup cannot repUi 
persanalhi. so saue 
those 5Hf5 



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JUNE 1 994 



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V*m thm Pm mnd Nmmt button* to mmiteti bmtmrmBn 1ft* pttwttur aalup mntt print document r*wl*r* 



window described on page 22 (Printer 
Setup). Please tell me if I have overlooked 
something or if my assumptions are correct 
that the CouerDisk is nol as complete as 
implied. I await your response with interest, 

A Skipper, Lincoln 

There have been quite a few let- 
ters of complaint about the miss- 
ing Printer Setup, but I am afraid 
you are all wrong. My first piece of advice 



is to read the CoverDisk instructions 
fully. Take a look at the annotated dia- 
grams on page 22. Look at the top pic 
ture and locate the button labellec I 
Next. When you click on ihis| 
button, the Printer Setup requester wii 
appear. 

Likewise, clicking on the button 
labelled Prev in the Printer Sett.: 
requester takes you back to the Pri-- 
Document requester. 'Nuff said! 



fl fountain of ujorrq 



I wonder if you could help a novice wilti Ihe follow- 

lf \ j ; jn<g problem? I use an Amiga A500 Plus wilh an 

exira floppy drive and a Star LCJO prinler. I bool 

wilh Workbench 2.04 and am trying lo get the 

Founlain program lo run off the Exltas disk. 

When I click its icon all I gel is l*ie message "Cannot open 
disklont-library 37". I have tried using Ihe Disklonl library from 
of) Ihe supplied Fonfs disk but il is the same. 

What am I doing wrong? I know my way around the key- 
board but as. I say I am a learner so could you explain how to 
cure this problem in a simple way 17 

S Flyrm, Newcastle 




Mmkm nirm rm ■« running thm 

cornel vertion at tht 

Ottktant ithrary If Fountain 

it tV fatd COFTBcHj 



m*> According to Commodore's technical support chaps and chapesses you will find 
L. Q the information that you need in the Workbench manual page C-2 entitled Installing 

Fountain. However there is a mistake. 
Boot up your Amiga with Workbench 2,04 and with the AmigaFonts2.0 disk in DF1. Open 
the Shell and type In the following: 

copy >«IL: tftattt/tftitfuMfbrtry t* ltt*s 

This will copy the Diskfont library v37 overlo your Workbench disk. The reason that v37 is no? 

on the Workbench disk is simply because there was not enough space lor that and the les in- 
version Diskfont library. 

To enable Ihe fonts directory on the Fonts disk you will need to add the lollowmg commane 
to your User-Startup in the S directory of your Workbench disk: 

titign FONTS: J,tigiFonu2.0 Hunts &EF[R 

The Defer option tells Assign not to request the AmigaFont52.u disk until the system needs iL 
Vour system will then access the disk every lime il needs to access a font file. 
Now when you run Fountain from the Extras disk it should load without any problems. 



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he Dala Protection Registrar, Eric 
Howe CBE, is the man who 
watches Big Brother, and were it 
not lor the efforts of his busy offices in 

Wtlmslow, Cheshire, Orwell's nightmare fig- 
ure couW be much more lhan just a fictional 
vision of a fictional future. 

Since the office was set up to administer 
the Data Protection Act of 1 984. it has grown 
in stature and profile from an organisation 
whose aims few could understand to one of 
the most important watchdogs of the digital 
age., employing over 100 staff and answer- 
ing thousands of enquiries every year. Last 
year alone, a record 5,063 complaints were 
received Irom individuals concerned thai 
dala on them was being misused. 

The role of the registrar is to monitor (he 
extent and use of data held on computer 
under the terms of the Data Protection Act, 
and to enforce the law when companies or 
organisations over-step the mark. 

This involves both ensuring that compa- 
nies register themselves as dala users and, 
where necessary, bringing 
proceedings either to the 
courts or lo the Data 
Protection Tribunal, 

To begin wilh, when com- 
puterised mailing lists 
became one of the big 
growth industries of I he 80s, 
most of us were worried only 
about aggressive direct marketing cam- 
paigns and ihe often mysterious ways in 
which organisations we'd never heard of 
suddenly got our addresses and started 
shoving garbage through our letterboxes. 

These days, however, there are many 
more serious issues which take up an 
increasing proportion of the Registrar's time. 
Lately, for example, we have seen tribunal 
and court. cases over (he use of data by 
poficemen. accountants, and cases where 
people found out that they were, according 
to their own mortgage lender, officially dead, 

Schools. GPs and hospitals have also 
coma under the Registrar's microscope and 
been instructed to lighten up their proce- 
dures, with the general aim that we treat per- 
sonal data with the respect which Is due to it 
rather than as just another commodity. 

The process of protecting us from comput- 
erised prying starts when companies are 




EiganisatiBPs lue'd neuer heard 
dF suddenlM gat our addresses 

and started shoving garbage through our 

letttftas 





fls the information revolution gathers pate, the 

amount of data about each other uie store on 

computer increases euem day. Steuie Hennedii 

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which can apply to any organisation which 
keeps personal' details (just a name nnd 
address are sufficienl) on computer concem- 

mg living individuals. 
■Hg^ Upon registration the 

uses to which data will be put 
must be dearty slated, and data 
must thereafter be used accord- 
ing to general dala protection 
principles set down by the Act 

On the olher side of the 
com. individuals have a right 
under the Act - a right which the 
Registrar will enforce by law if 
necessary - to know of all data 
held on computer concerning 
his or her personal details, the 
so-called subject access, nghl. 

II Ihs information is inaccu- 
rate, you can have it corrected 
or deleted, and claim compen- 
sation for any damage or distress 



caused in such cases or by the unauthorised 

disclosure of information. 

Tu find oul what information, say. your 

bank holds on you, simply get in touch win 
the Registrar and find oul the name of the 
person who the company has designated as 
their Data Protection Officer. Next, write lo 
thai person using words similar lo Ihese: 

"t wish to make art application under 
right of subject access as covQfed by spcligr 
21 of the Data Protection Ac! (1984). Please 
Supply nW vftih any and git intomtaUon which 
you hold on me and lo which I am entitled, or 
confirm that none is held. " 

The letter should be sent by registered 

post so that in the event of non-compliance 
you can prove that the company failed is 
respond within the statutory time limit of 40 
days. A lee of up to £10 can be charged by 
the data holder, so it is always best to check 
belore writing and to include me correct pay-, 



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:-:-npany tails to reply, or you discov^"" 
- that data is either completely wrong or 
-accurate, the- Data Protection Registrar will 
"letp by forcing the company to provide (tie 
(formation or change it where needs he. 

STIFF FINES 

The Registrar can't arrest or imprison 
jnder the Act, but slifl lines can be levied, or 
rhe company can be de- registered, which 
stops them processing personal data and 

•iteclivoly puts them out of business. 

Such sanctions will usually put the tear of 
God into even (he mosl reluctant organisa- 
•on. Test cases heard either in trie courts Or 
tie tribunal process have, since the Act was 
ijased. clanged, and in some cases 
rrengthonerj the application of the 
Registrar's powers. 

Cases involving direct marketing firms are 




(he most numerous, 

perhaps, bul ihere has been a gradual 

spreading of the Act into new areas. 

For the future, as computerised data use 
becomes more and more an everyday prob- 
lem, probably line most limiting lactor is that 
from one office comprising moslly of staff 
answering telephone calls, the Registrar is 
expected to monitor the whole of the UK. In 
addition, public awareness is low, and few 
people realise just how slrcng are Iheir rights 
in this area. 

This was greatly improved by an advertis- 
ing campaign in the early part of 1993, and 
by l he increasing suspicion of people that 
someone somewhere knows loo much about 
them, but there's still a long way to go. It is 
estimated thai about a quarter of companies 
who are required to register still have not, 
and without an enlarged staff it is difficult to 




The European angle 



An EC directive issued In 1990, and revised in October 1992 
has laid down the basis for a Europe-wide data protection con- 
sensus by which the laws In force in the member countries cot 
be harmonised and belter provisions be made lor cross-border 
data transfer, 

In particular, though, all have agreed thai personal privacy is 
Hie most important concern, This will be balanced against I he 
need for freedom of expression end a free press, and matters 
ol public interest such as criminal investigations, bul the drift 
back towards putting ordinary people's interests on a level 



looting, if not better, with Ihose of big business can only be 
good news, 

Arguments are going on at European level over several 
sticking painis, for example over how e item pi the press should 
be and the power ol the EC Commission in (his area, but we 
should see agreement some time next year and a new Data 
Prelection Act In 1997. 

Let's hope they get it right, and the balance between priva- 
cy, personal rights, and the interests ol a Iree press Is struck at 
a sensible level. 



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Eight golden rules 

Every registered organisation must atude by the 
principles,, laid out in Ihe Data Protection Act, 
wh«h govern the way in which informalion can 
be collected, stored, and used. 

Ttiese are fairly broadly-slated, but ignoring 
or breaking them can result in legal action, and 
if an organisation has done so in relation to your 
own details, you can make 1hem pay, All per- 
sonal data held on computer systems most be: 

1 collected and processed fairly and lawfully 

2 held only for lawful purposes described in ihe 
organisation's register entry 

3 used or disclosed only for those purposes or 
in a manner compatible win those purposes 

4 adequate, relevant and not excessive in rela- 
tion lo the purposes for which Ihey are held 

5 accurate and, wheFe necessary, kepi up to 
dale 

6 held no longer than is necessary 

7 accessible lo ihe individual concerned who, 
where appropriate, has the right to have infor- 
mation about themselves correded or erased 

I protected by proper security 

For example, if you pay your Council Tax by 
credit card, the Sccal authority might keep your 
name address, telephone number, and details ol 
your card on record. 

However, they woukl be hard pressed to jus- 
1 if y keeping your card details, or even your 
phone number on record, as neither is strictly 
necessary for (he maintaining of a record of lax 
payers, and woukl therefore fail to satisfy princi- 
ple four. 

If you moved away Iram the area, me council 
would be obliged to remove all personal details 
ihey had collected on you, thus adhering to pnn- 
cspie six, and the council would not be able to 
use the data for any other purposes, such as 
passing derails to anolher department for a sec- 
ond purpose. 



see how the Registrar can quickly turn this 
round 

A surprising number of people don't Mly 
appreciate jus! how much extraneous, inac- 
curate, or downright damaging data can be 
held on them and how quickly this can be 
sent from one organisation to another wilh 
sometimes disaslrous results. 

We've all heard stories about those who 
were listed as dead, or whose credil rating 
was wrongly alls red, but Ihe few cases to 
reach the media are only Ihe tip of the ice- 
berg. 

Jus-t about everything we do these days 
can be affected by computer data, whether 
financial such as when a loan application is 
turned down lor no reason we can fathom, or 
social, when everything from criminal records 
lo ex-diredory phone numbers can go aslray 
in the electronic jungle. 

in an age when the world Is becoming one 
huge information network, il is only Ihrough 
the efforts of public watchdog bodies such as 
the Registrar thai the rights of otherwise pow- 
erless individuals can be protected. a%jt 



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One CD-ROM formal has had a colour- 
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sparked it off before promptty dying, 
-:- owed by the A57Q which suffered a similar 
rate, and now we have the more successful 
GD32. However, unlike in the case of PCs and 
Vacs, there has never been an official 
'-odore CD-ROM drive for use wilh all 
;as. 
Taking Frank Munkeri's PD filing system, 
AmrCDRQM v1.4, and adding a user-fnendly 
*-siaUar with plenty of additional ulilities. First 
Choice have put together a CD-ROM package 
»'tti any owner of a SCSI interface can plug 
sraight into the Amiga, 

To avoid lhe usual hassles with new filing 
systems, installation is more or less automatic, 
and after a few minutes of head scratching 
w*r SCSI ID numbers, most competent users 
srould be up and running 

Mountsists are created automatically, and 
"^e only complication occurs when the SCSI 
•eat being used is not directly supported by the 
retailer. 
Five cards - Commodore's A300Q. A2Q90, 
H, and A530, and GVP types - are 
catered for, but if using another card such as 
MS or ICD, rhe user must supply the device 
-ame, which could terminally confuse the non- 
SCSI literale among us. 

Setting termination and SCSI ID numbers is 
aaatty taken care of using a row of easy to 
wch jumpers on the rear of the drive casing, 
■yxsving at leas) one traditional area of has- 
n mosl oases, therefore, installation 
: - : Jd be relatively quick and easy. 

CD unit supplied is an internal Toshiba 
* the lype usually seen inside PCs. 
Manufacturers 1 claims aside, it is no fasler than 
are would expect of a CD-ROM drive, manag- 
■Dund 140 10 150k per second on large 
t*s and under 1 00k per second with smaller 
**es but this is the norm for the medium. 

Access times of over 200ms (as opposed to 
-atj drives with under 20ms) mean that CD- 
-OM discs drag (heir heels when used wilh 
■orkbencti, bul again ihis is no worse lhan 
: "V With its four times aversamplmg, audio 
Cfafty won't impress hi-fi buffs, bul tor most 
C0Hputer uses il is perfectly adequate 

two audio player programs included on 
f* setup di.se are PiayCDDA, a cranky CLI 
- ty, and the Excellent Workbench-driven 
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=^yC0DA uses lhe Amiga's audio channels 

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also a CD ripper program to grab samples 
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disk will be of most use lo non-musical users. H 
coniains a variety of utilities lo enable the 
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common on PC CD-ROM discs) and the view- 
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FORMATS 

Most ISO 9SS0 standard CDs currently 
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other formats popular outside the Amiga world, 
and viewers for these types are mosl welcome. 

The lile system will read Mac HFS and Rock 
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Users aren't stuck with data files, however, 
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often a matter ot clicking on an icon. Some 
CD32 games will also run from the drive, but in 
most cases only if il is plugged* into an AGA 
machine. 

in all, this is a tidy package and a well thought 
oul CD-ROM bundle. Despite the po-tential for 
chaos when attaching an internal SCSI device, 
the on-disk documentation and the Toshiba 
manual should see the average user Inrough, 
and once set up the device becomes a steady 
and reliable Am igaDOS drive. 

I would have liked a more exhaustive Amiga- 
based manual, and a help section for ihose new 
to SCSI and CD-ROM, but the friendly installer 
removes much of the need for these. 

Given the right audience - multimedia, DTP, 
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he stars, the planets and even ihe 
moon have long been a source of 
terrestrial fascination to the human 
race. Early civilisalions, from the 
most sociologically advanced to the mosl 
scientifically retarded, slared with wonder at 
the night sky. 

They revered bodies like the sun and 
moon as god deities, and, even from very 
early limes, embraced a relationship 
between the solar system and ourselves. 

While ihe night sky has changed luile. 
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has drastically altered. The earth is no 
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around our tiny dustbail. and the moon 
(alas) isn't made of cheese- 
More importantly, studying the night sky 
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(o astronomical proportions. A cheap 
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68000 processor. 

HEAVENLY 

With all this computational power avail- 
able it comes as some surprise that there's 
very little software available, short of share- 
ware and PD, that covers this area. 

However, bach in 1989 Virtual Reality 
Laboratories unveiled Distant Suns. Since 
its inception, programmer Dave Schreiber - 
himself a keen astronomer - has sought to 
combine accurate data with colour graphics 
in a bid to recreate the heavens Inside the 
confines of a monitor, 

Tho latest modification, tr&Q, allows the 
user to view the heavens in glorious 256 
colour (or the first time. Before any of this 
can take place however, you're going to 
have to install Distant Suns on to your 
machine. 

Anything lower than an A 1200 carrying a 



Star 5 ii 
MDur eu.es 




Regulus 



Le; 




Name 


Constellation 


Magnitude 


Sirius 


Canis Major 


-1.4 


Arctunus 


Bootes 


-0.1 


Vega 


Lyra 


0.0 


fiigel 


Orion 


0.1 


Cassia 


Auriga 


0.2 


Procyon 


Canis Mirror 


D.4 


Altair 


Aquila 


0.8 


Aidebaan 


Taurus 


0.8 


Beieigeux 


Orion 


variable 


Arrives 


Scorpio 


0.9 


5f>lM 


Virgo 


1.0 


"onalhaul 


Ptacis Australia 


1.1 


Pollux 


Gemini 


11 


Derieb 


Cygrius 


1,3 



1.3 



(omputers are used constantly in ■ 

modern enploration of spars, and 

distant Suns uSM claims to be the 

perfect companion for a starru night 

Simon flags stares through the oieui finder 



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68030 will lake in the region of 40 minutes 
to Install to, so you'll have plenty of time to 
brush up on your constellations. 

Once the program has completed its 
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you've set up as the default. It's probably 
as well to configure Distant Suns in 
Planetarium mode, which displays the 
whole of the northern hemisphere, and by 
this virtue is an excellent base to begin any 
work. 

Displaywise. Distant Suns conlalns all 
stellar activity down to a magnitude (bright- 
ness) of 5.6 in its Core Slat database. 
However, in addition to these 4,000-odd 
stars. Disiant Suns contains a second 
datghE3.se composed of small files. 

These allow you to access more accu- 
rate, compressed regions of the sky,, and 
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finding objects at a given time is by using 

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■lows you to type in the exacl dale and 

•m mat you'd like lo witness, but also the 

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system astronomers use lo pinpoint 

BfBCfs, which is analogous to latitude and 

engrtude). 

ng matters one slep further, you can 

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azimuth and altitude sellings. But, what 

it mean in layman's terms? 

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r I 5QCBC, or wilness the planetary align- 

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bar, 

There are also a full range of olher 
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and novices alike. Distant Suns allows you 
to plot the motions ol the stars, and l rack 
their movements using the star trails 
gadget, 

While performing such a task, the user 
can display ihe constellations as they would 
appear in the night sky, add lines to aid 
their recognition and prmt every star's name 
on-screen. 

Stars can also be centred en the monitor 
and all relevant information, such as size, 
distance, luminosity and in seme cases a 
picture obtained. 

Taking matters one step further, the pro- 
gram includes a facility which allows you lo 
replicate dawn, dusk, and even lets you dis- 
tort your view with a city glare effect. 

As an added treat, and Ihe author 
encourages turning oul tha lighls. you can 
ask the computer to simulate the twinkling 
of the stars. 

Deep space 

Distant Suns also encompasses facilities 
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moiion animalor- 

Since v4.0, Distanl Suns does feel as 1 hough it has matured some- 
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While v5.0 for the Amiga is sUH a disk-driven affair. CD32 owners may 
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are available io the user 

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lo l he acclaim of most reviewers 
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processor around- 

However, perfection is hard to come by, 
and Ihe program had a few tailmgs With the 
release of Digita's Wordworth 3 h Softwood 
oouldn'i have picked a better time lo hit back. 
If these two competing packages could be 
pigeonholed, Final Writer has always been 
Ihe better DTP and layout specialist of the 
pair, and Wordworth more ol a word cruncher 
fof long documents. 

Poor graphics performance from the Digrta 
program and flaws in Final Writer's text han- 
dling reinforced the distinction, but since the 
inilial launch of both word processors, the line 
has become a hazy one- 

Last month's review of Wordworth 3 
showed that, though the firsl release was 
badly bugged. Digiia had tafcan a leaf from 
Softwood's book and converted to the school 
of glitzy design. 

With new layout features such as flexible 
lert frames and templates, Wordworth threat- 
ened to pull the rug out from under 
SoltWood's feet when the bug-hxed version 
was dispatched to users 

To be fair, Final Writer v2 is not a new ver- 
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upgrade which deals mainly with improving 
trie user interface, The only new feature is a 
revamped Undo/Redo which now works with 
both text and graphics. 

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imported images, and as Wordworth's fadlily to 
retain the original image's proportions when 
scaling on-screen removes much of the need 
for a graphic Undo, Final Writer doesn't have 
an edge in this department. 

Where the Softwood offering has always 
been in Iront is in its approach to style tags and 
user-defmed button bars. Unlike Wordworth, 
Final Writer can utilise up to eight lulty-cus- 
tomised hanks of buttons, though it would be a 
rare user who needed more than (wo, 

A new touch for this release is that the but- 
ton bars can be detached from the ruler bar 
and pigged anywhere on-screen in a Floating 
(oolbon. The mam advantage of this is that 



instead of using the usual button to flick 
one bank to the next, the user can resize 
floating toolbox so that all toots are avail 
from one window, 

Some users will never need to make us* 
floating toolboxes such as this, and there l 
Ihose who detest the things, but it is a! 
hnttur to offer the Option. 

By hiding boxes behind documents so 
only the depih gadgets can be seen it is 
sibie lo keep them out of the way but 
instantly accessible, so (here's no reason 
lo make use of them. 

With the tool strip out of Ihe way on its j 
toolbox, the space it occupied in the top 
can be used to display the new drop' 
menus for paragraph style and font contra 

TRADITIONAL 

In almost exactly the same way 
Wordworth 3, fonts, foni si^e, and text s 
can now be selected from quick and e 
drop downs rather than the traditional 
used in Final Writer v1 . 

However, the way in which the font s. 
drop-down is presented makes il a pap 
use. Rather lhan present the four or frve 
common font sires, the huge menu 
appears $hows every point size you 
imagine, forcing the user to scroll thn 
them. 

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■utton. 

As v2 retains the ability to define lurtction 
»eystrokas for each style tag, Final Writer 
.sera now have three different methods to 
3Tcose-frwn. 

Keyboard jockeys with good memories can 
stefc to F-keys, traditionalists can use the oid 
aienus, and bright young things can fiddle 
•*tn toolboxes. 

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oofs, which normally sit on Ihe ruler bar, but 
wuch most users will want to replace with the 
«*w paragraph formatting controls, Once 
susied from iheir old position, they can be 
aaced in a resizable tool box ar just left in the 
•xtemess as the user sees lit. 

Containing the rotation, master page, cut, 

pasta, and other useful tools as they dD. 

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Final Wnler 1 had few damaging faults, but those which if had 
have not been changed or improved with this release, and it has 
to go down as a missed opportunity. 

Of most note is the fad lhal there is sti! no Stow Codes option 
lo enable trie user to view carnage returns, spaces and labs. In 
day-lo-day use this is a feature which would be rarely used, but 
when it is required, such a& when text is imported from another 
package or from another machine, il is an essential basic feature 
tor any word processor. 

Reformatting an alien document, arid having to guess where 
the double spaces, tabs, and carnage returns are can be a night- 
mare to make Michael PortllD as prime minister seem almost 



dream-like. Another annoying feature is Ihe autD-save, which am- 
ply reminds the user when a certain amount of lime has passed 
ratrter than automatically save Ihe document as it should. 
Wordworth 3"s equivalent can he set (or either true auto-save or 
just a reminder, making it much more useful, 

Graphics scaling on-screen, though much faster than any 
other package, has always suffered from Ihe lack of a proportion 
option, and il still does, 

Few imported images come in al jus; the right size, and usually 
have to be seated to fit the rJoeumenl, When this happens, 
though, Ihe Final Writer user is forced to mess around until tbe 
image is back in its original shape. 

As Ihe disk we received from disiribulors Gordon Hanrad is a 
Beta last version, it is possible thai these Iweaks will still be car- 
ried out, hut there's nothing to suggest that they will, Fingers 
crossed, folks. 



Ihat wa can have our cake and eat it. 
Configurability, already a great strength of the 
package, has been further enhanced, and 
the program's modern feel is now 
even sironger. In addition, Final Writer's 
huge advantage in graphics handling speed 
has not been reduced so far by Digila's 
efforts 

However, given thai no new power fea- 
tures have been added and thai Wordworth 3 
{once the bugs are teed) now has many lay- 
out advantages over its rival, it looks as 
though SoftWood's Ihunder has been well 
and truly slolen. 

Final Writer, with its fssl graphics, style 



ireuenge 



[an Find! Writer B make up the ground it has 
lost to Wordworth 3?5teu® ftsnnedit finds out 



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tags and master pages is Still belter equipped 
for DTP on AGA 'machines lhan Wordworth 
3, but the latter' s new features ensure lhat 
the decision to buy one or the other will be 
based more on simple user preference than 
on any definite lead one package has over 
the olher £>f 



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drop down menus: Presented gn-screon 
as 3D buttons, making them easier and 
quicker to access wflh Ihe left mouse but- 
ton than the old menus we've always used 
wilh the right mouse button. 

floating loot boxes; A way of presenting 
Ihe program's various features as icons 
within windows which can be placed any- 
where on-screen, making ihem quicker to 
use and more friendly towards the user's 
configuration preferences. 

proportion fining: A method whereby 

when an image is re-sized il reiams Its 
original heigh) to width ratio so that the 
picture wilhin doesn'l become distorted. 



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icensing is big money. From sports and 
arcade games lo films and comics, software 
companies are regularly vying lo lay their 
B on ihe next blockbuster title - Mortal Kombal 
ion Acclaim and Jurassic Park from Ocean have been 
gaggennyly successful worldwide, the names them- 
«f»es selling the product by l he truck- 
caaro eager fans 

aory al least, the idea of licensing 

■ a sound one - programmers, graphic 

jrests and game designers have aceess 

c a weallh of characters, storyfines and other potential 

Has. offering Ihe opportunity lo exploil Ihe material for 

• it's worlh and give the punter an addictive and 

gOyable I Hie in return. 

More often lhan nrjl though, Ihe reality seems lo be 

tomers walking away from their computers after a 



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five-minute play on many of these tie-ins feeling more 
than a little ripped off. 

Any potential has been swiltly replaced by a haggard 
and ancient game design. Jlaccid graphics and lasting 
appeal of ihe type usually associated with a funeral. 
The end result is a product Ihal looks as if it has 
been thrown together in a week, and is 
sold purely on its name lo the unsus- 
pecting games-player. 

Ocean have a long history of {mainly 
film) licensing, from the low standards 
of Darkman. Dennis and Terminator 2 lo ihe highly 
playable likes of Robocop 3, Addams Family and Ihe 
Untouchables. 

The Manchester-based company have achieved a 
financially successful series ol products, but have they 
been fair lo iheir customers? 





licence too far? 



» Why have Ocean Involved themselves 
to much with licensing, and do you 
rtend to continue investing In this area? 

Iws will continue to involve ourselves 

• tti film licences in the future but to a 
T-<aCh lesser extent (ban we have done 

■ tie past. The simple reason is the length 

■ me it now takes to develop a quality 

M Has tfjaf been a problem in the past? 

■ it has been a problem in the more 
-ecent past, but in the fulure, with 
c«rtainfy the CO platforms coming 

,gh, Ihe length ol development is 

• ninimum of Iwo years, Now. you 
Son't pick up a film licence sometimes until 
■rthin a year of the intended release ol the 
■m. 

You desperately try to coincide the 
-*fease of the game with |he film. That's 
secome an impossibility. 

• Is that one of the reasons why some 
'tcences can be so bad - because they 
mv rushed jobs? 

- 1 Depends now you define Dad. bul yes 

? As in eiich$d, unplayable? 

H "C Itched", "unplayable" - nice strong 
*tms there. Yes, I accept that some ol ihem 
•?ave become cliched. they were probably 
ne perfect vehicle in (he beginning, such as 
tie Batman titles. 

I also accept thai ihe time constrrsmi 
**iich is pul on developers must invariably 
stub creativity. II you lake the old adage - a 
game is never finished - then they are 
developing a game in a shorter period; of 
ame than they would like. 



Ihe computer game has become big 

business, a money-spinning and 

accepted part of merchandising, but 

is ihe customer getting uafue for 

money? Mm Phillips interuieuis 

Oceans marketing manager 

Simon ftliy about their past track 

record and what the future hofds 



'•" Is using licences simply a sate route 
to financial gain? 



It isnl a safe route, nothing in computer 

games is a safe route... 

S Is it safer? 

It is safer in lerms ol marketing but we 
pay a substantial amount ol money for 
a licence because it quite simply provides 
a massive pre-awareness of a product 
before we've even started, I say 
Jurassic Park to you, you don't need 
tg- know anything about the computer 
game except what the content ol ihe 
titln is. 

If 3 say lo you, for example, Jelly Boy, 
which is game lhat we've got to sell this 
year, it's an excellent critically-acclaimed 
game bul I have to start al square one 
which means - again - we have to spend 



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more money on the physlcai markeling of 
the product 

M Oo you think, then, that there is a bet- 
ter chance of people buying a game if it 
is a licence? 

Yes certainly, especially in the 
peak Christmas periods when a parental 
purchase becomes paramount - a 
parent pops along to the local store and 
wants to gel a game for their son or 
daughter. 

They usually have no knowledge of com- 
puter games, If they're lucky, they've hope- 
fully managed to suss out which games 
machines they have to buy lor. They then 
look around. 

They've heard about this nasty Mortal 
Kombal thingy. So, for example, [they'll 
sayj: "Oh, there's Jurassic Park, now thai 
was a greal family film," or whatever: 
"Home Alone, that was another great family 
film, I'll pick that up." 

There are cerlain values that people 
attach to films, lor example Jurassic Part - 
quality, entertainment - that are then sub- 
liminafly associated wilh our product. 

S3 On a more personal note, they go into 
the shop and buy the game- The kids get 
it and it's a poor game. Does that bother 
you or is It a case of "this is business 
and that's the way it is ? 

GS Thai could be very crass lo say "this is 
business, pal, that's the way il is" because 
Ihe proof of lhal pudding is ihal this market 
is now completely driven. 

It has changed, it is completely driven by 
market... err, by school and playground 
buzz. We might receive great day one sales 
for a poor product, but it will (hen fall apart 



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very quickly. What we managed to achieve 
wftti Jurassic Park was great day one sales 
because of parental purchase, because of 
the "must-have" buy, because of The 
reviews that were already established in ihe 
press 

Then word gets around that it is a good 
game Kids see their mates playing it and 
want to gel it themselves and so you contin- 
ue on aline. 

You can draw exactly the same analogy 
these days with films themselves having 
massive first weekend sales before dying 
because the public don't like them. 

You can't kid Ihe public, and kids are 
so sophisticated now that you have to 
gel Ihe product right first SO that any 
licence you pick up is just an aid lo the 
marketing. 

That sounds quite pompous from where 
you're sat. coming from Ocean who 
have produced both good and bad games 
over ihe last few years in relation to lilm 
licences, but our altitude has completely 
changed. 

K if companies do continue to produce 
poor licensed games, do you feet that 
they wili do the software industry more 
harm than good, with customers becom* 
ing wary and less eager to part with their 
cash? 

I think that those companies would be 
fools to themselves. I don't believe thai it 




will damage the industry because ihe kids 
have plenty of olher choice from original 
product coming through to vote for with 

their pocket money. 

So, you'll continue lo get vast amounts of 
money paid out on film licences, but then 
they'll get dumped somewhere along the 
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S! Are there any promises you'd like to 
make about the standard of licensing i- 
the future? 

Fi8 We will pick up a licence where wa fee» 
that we already have a project in develop- 
ment that can be associated with tha* 
licence. 

For example, let's say we've been •.■ 
ing on a space game for a year and then a 
space movie comes along the lines of Star 
Wars We would pick up on that and couM 
easily adjust the graphics having goi the 
gameplay right first in association with the 
film. 

You cannot release a film licence prod- 
uct these days which isn't going to get a 9C 
per cent review. We do work on such smal 
margins I hat we have to see a return. 

5H How has Jurassic Park been selling' 

y Due to it being a good game and recei-. 
ing 90 per cent reviews, it has been our 
best selling game of all lime, and that was 
a combination of the ability lo market a higf- 
profile licence, and having a good game 
working together in the toughest Christmas 
market we've ever had, 

£■ TftflfrA you tor your time. 

• if you have any comments or 
questions about this month's 
interview then send them to us at the 
usual address, it you know of any area 
in the computer industry that you feet 
would benefit from a visit by the 
Devil's Advocate, then drop Amiga 
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Cunfighter 

Programmed by: Overdose 
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I don't remember any game ever attracting 
quite the attention that ihis title received - 
people crowded round the monitor lo wit- 
ness two games-reviewing gunfighters 
struggling to be the quickest on the draw. 

Might sound like nothing special: in feci 
it's based on an ancient arcade game. The 
mam differences between the old version 
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each cowboy as they face each other, wait- 
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Flying Lessons 

Crested by: Steve 
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We receive many ani- 
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the library of two characters; when shot for 
the lirst time, his hat will simply fly off and 
another volley from your apparently semi- 
automatic machine gun is required to finally 
put him to rest. 

This is hugely simple stuff but with Ihe 
attention to detail and individuality on offer, 
with the Plasticine cowboys and their 
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Titanic 

Produced by: Paul Thompson 

Disasters, and especially the human vari- 
ety, have on regular occasions spawned 
thousands of articles, television pro- 
grammes, books and, in some cases, films 

Most exploit, bul some highlight the 
human strength and courage thai it took to 
overcome the tragedies. Il's good to see - 
as ever - the public domain showing its 
metal in dealing with a horrific incident in a 
responsible and professional manner. 

Titanic is a comprehensive and exten- 
sive telling of the ship's birth and subse- 
quent death. As well as this, there entries 
on other aspects of the now legendary ship 
that its makers said could never be sunk - 
the media reaction, the people on board 
and even the list of the food used in the 
galleys. This is all supported with music, 
digitised stills and diagrams. 

Produced on the Scala multimedia pack- 
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own for a sunbathe, he sees a bird and 
jms ol flying himseW. On waking up, 
e has an idea and sets out aboui making 
e fantasy a reality. 

.'.'hat follows is the stony of his three 
jmpts to fly, shown in. Rhubarb and 
Ijstard style with flickering, constantly 
snrfting line drawings and a basic colour 
sCfleme. 

There's a real feel of comic timing 
trough out most ol the piece and the 
Byte in which it is drawn (9 ideal and full 
of character. Bob's movement's are $uh- 
3e and we 1 1 -planned and shows its cre- 
ator's taints in a very good light. 

Flying Lessons is an imaginative, sim- 
ple breath of fresh air and deserves 10 be 
part of any serious animation collector's 
selection. Highly recommended. 

Available from: SAttewelt 



--■ength Is Ihe accessibility - with its good 
■ooks and an involving operating system, 
this is simply more interesting, especially for 
a younger participant, than a book, and 
shows otf how a computer can be used as 
zenous teaching tools. 

Of all the educational titles I've had the 
fortune to review over the last few months. 
Titanic is the best I have coma across. 
Superb. 

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Sonic Drum 

Programmed by: Malcolm Lavery 

One ol the most exciting developments d the 
computer age is the opportunity for everyday 
people to flex their creative muscles. Through 
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US, because a computer is ideal medium for 
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Sonic Drum is one such facility tor venting 
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(/is Ma* Hit* and SprndiHixB 
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drums, cymbals, triangles, claps and voice 
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place it in one of tracks graphically repre- 
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play button and oil the computer goes, 
thumping out your beat at any speed you 
should desire 

Available from: M Lavery 



(Tlanilife & Spendiuise 

Programmed by; Marc Fonlein 

Thanks to some healthy, right-on thinking 
New Zealand programmer, we now have the 
pleasure of two positive thinking, forward 
planning, burying-the-past utilities thai are 
actually rather useful. 

Maxilife may sound like a wffee brand but 
is In fact a future financial planner, By enter- 
ing your monetary details Such as your 
salary, rate interest and any debts that you 
might have (shame on you!}, the program is 
capable of working out your money and how 
much you'll have after certain period ol time 
(five years and so on). 

Each option has a useful help feature that 
explains exactly whai you need to do in that 
particular section. There's only one real 
problem - instead of entering balance per 
year like you're supposed to, you can't - the 
program actually asks for any debts you 
might have which is a little confusing. 

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[ailing all PD libraries... 

...and individuate witfi anything remotely worth my while having a peek al. If you 
want sofTteifiing released as PD, or you're a library win stacks of hot new stufl that 
you havett seen reviewed in these pages yet why not drop me a line with a ccpy, 
lull documentation and everyttiing dearly labelled 9 1 promise I'll al least look at yon 
work. 

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Europa House, Adtington Park, 
Macclesfield SK10 4NP 



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Produced try: 

Syntex/Tembres 

Availably trom:Jorvik 

Public Domain 

Disk No SS0282 



Cornina on two disks, 
Scan Is Lame is pre- 
sumably a tribute to 
the artist's hand- 
drawn talents rather 
than relying on a piece 
of equipment with no artistic merit whatso- 
ever to do all the work. 

Syntex/Tanebres's attempt at making a 
point is backed up with some excellent 
256-cclour AGA pictures thai are of a very 
high standard. If you're expecting Francis 
Bacon or Monet then don'l look here, but if 
you're after some commercially-oriented 
pictures then this package Is worth its 
weight in gold. 

There are seven images that can be 
chosen from the main screen. Each is 
named and is on a part of a Jigsaw - sim- 
ply press on the one you want an<J sit 
back and enjoy the view. 

Names include Woman, Top Model, 
Future, Jurassic, Easy Rider, The Car and 
Spirit of Ecstasy. A few of these images 
era a little risque but no worse than any- 
thing you might find on the walls ol some 
hip restaurant in Camden Town. Highly 
recommended. 




Amiga Computing 



JUNE 1994 



P D and SHAREWARE 



lime Runners 

Programmed by: Simulmondo 

There I was, quietly sitting at my desk, 
going through this month's offerings from 
the libraries and individuals and coming 
across this disk. On loading up, I was pre- 
sented with addresses for Italy, which 
instantly generated a strong fee lino; of 
curiosity; I rarely receive anything from 
Italy, and after viewing this game, I hope HI 
be receiving a tot more, 

On loading, a menu paps up ashing if 
you'd like to see the video story or plough 
straight in to the game. Choosing (he 
game, a series of reasonably drawn pic- 
lures appear telling the story of the hero 
and how he and his venous friends travel 
through time until one of them, Jessica, is 
held hostage by the Blue Skunks, 

The basic premise is to find your lost 
time-travelling scooter, fill il up with petrol 
and get her in l he right time period- After 
this interesting plot, i was eager to press on 
with the game jlselt? 

Once loaded in, trie player is presented 
with a large central sprite in the vein of 
Conrad out of Flashback, the plalf arming 
classic from last year. 

The man can be made to jump, leap, 
run, walk and crouch - albeit not as 
Smoothly as Delphine's creation but for PD. 
it's impressive stuff. As far as I could tell, 
the object is to run around hilling the 
enemy, that come in the shape of robots 
when Inside the complex at trie beginning, 
and caveman when oulside in the jungle 
and caves. 

Chasms need to be leaped, and on dis- 
covery of the scooter, a logic puzzle game 
pops up where you have to work out how 
lo get the wretched thing started. 

Dinosaurs are another common occur- 
rence, with lyrannosaurus rex and trice r- 
atops making appearances in a couple of 
cut-away scenes encountered during your 
travels 

The graphics, are of a high standard, and 
although no way as smooth as Flashback,. 
are still pleasing to the eye. The mam criti- 
cism for mosl of the game is that there is 
realty not that much to do other lhan hit, 
leap and run along. Having said that, there 
is enough here lo warrant a purchase to 
see a large Mile with some excellent touch- 
es. Keep it Doming, Italy, 

Available from: Jorvik Public Domain 
Disk No QAO 158 



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4l/nn*rfl, ■ V*tlatloti an FlMMhhatzH... 



Heading For Home 

Produced by: M Bariham 

You may recall a couple of months back when I award- 
ed the Animation of the Month lo a title called Don't Go 
in the Cellar lhat I referred to the maker as a American. 
Imagine my horror and humble apologies when I 
received a phone call From Basildon that in lacl the 
aulhor is an Essex man called M Bareham. So now you 
know. Fortunately, here's another opportunity lo witness 
some more of his ray-lraced, 30 worh in the form of 



Heading for Home. The actual anfm is very short indeed 
- about ten seconds in all - and shows a spaceship 
coming in lo dock at a space station. The work is cer- 
tainly accomplished but the length of the piece (under- 
standable really given the power and memory needed to 
run it) is a bit of a let-down, especially after his \a\ 
piece Don't Go into the Cellar. 

Having said this, if you're after a show that boasts the 
usual high standard that trie Amiga can achieve in at 
things Disney and if you have a machine with at least 
3Mb of RAM and Kicksian 2 or higher, then induk:- 
this luxury. 




A ihorttrvvd but good 

looking maim. Heading 

far Haram, shew* a 

*p*£*£r*H coming in 

to dock 



Jlwoi •vprything that 
move* antliutt try and 

iJa> attutt Alt Blatter, .1 
frenzied *b«gf-'«m-Up 



stats key and you'Fi get a lull run-down of your 
glittering financial future. Also included on Ihe 
disk, is Sppndwise, a program thai helps 
analysis everyday expenses and suggests 
items thai you can cut down on to save 
money. 

The utility is presented as a series of lists 
with the names of expenses such groceries, 
petrcJ and so on. These are all lully change- 
able and you simply enter via the keyboard 
how much you spend each week on each 
item. You then prioritise it by entering a num- 
ber from up to 10, which indicates an 
essentia! expenditure such as having to catch 
the bus in io work, in the morning. 

Once all this has been inputted, the user 
can call up a stats list with a breakdown of 
what money is being spent and suggestions 
for where money can be cut. 

These are both interesting and useful plan- 
ning tools which in Ihe words of the author, 
help you live fife to the fullest. Hmm... 

Available from: Scribble PD Disk Wo U298 

Blaster 

Programmed by: J R Evans 

Whatever people's tastes are in games, 
whether it be arcade, strategy gr adventuring, 
there always seems to be space for a good, 
hardcore shoot.- 'em-up thai hoasls addictive 
and exciting gameptay. 

Take Blaster - it looks from the screen- 
shots as being a pretty average locking title 
but put the disk in the drive, pick up the joy- 
stick and you won't put It down lor quite a 




while. There are no frills, just thrills as pea 
guide you ship through a vertically scronm 
blast fest that nearly reaches the frenz* 
heights of Llamatron. 

There are apparently 140 different types ar 
enemy to lake pot-shots al and this along 
guarantees lhat there's always something a 
little different to see on each planet - even 
they are difficult to see sometimes against 
the background. 

The action is fast and furious and new 
tels up tor a second. Throw In a pile 3 
power-ups that descend from Ihe top ol rh»| 
screen increasing firepower, lives and mar> ' 
other features, and you've got a game that] 
you must buy - so why are you still reading'' 

Available from: Scribble PD Disk No U298 



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ver, called SO, loads shared libraries to 

handle the various phases (instead of 
invoking multiple programs) and uses 
Global Symbol Tables (GSTs) which 
remain in RAM between compiles, 

Other recently added enhancements 
make it possible to designate auto-initiali- 
sation functions thai are called prior to the 
mainj) Tuncticn being executed, and auto- 
lermination functions (executed when the 
mam code returns). 

The compiler can also generate code to 
allocate a new stack lo be created if the old 
stack runs out (good news lor coders who 
write a lot ot recursive code) and do a lot of 
other clever things besides, 

All of the important compiler options con- 
cerning compiler operation, error message 
genoralion, file listing, code optimising, 
linking and so on, are done through an 
Intuition-based (gadget and menu-driven) 
interface called SCoptions. 

The debugger, called Code-Probe, has 
been given a number of additional 
enhancements In the lalest release bul the 
main one is that it can now be used lo 
debug C++ files, 

The compiler's Iront end (called sc) 
which previously accepted C source code, 
Assembly language files, object tiles and 
libraries, now accepts C++ files as well 



Ailhough the C compiler parts of <he pack- 
age can be used wilti a (loppy-based sys- 
tem, you need a hard disk in order to use 
the C++ translator, 

If you are contemplating moving to SAS 
C/C++ then you ought to assume Ihatl 
hard disk and a couple of megabytes- 
RAM are essential - She package will l^er 
work, like a dream. 

SAS C/C++ is a brilliant package 
superb documentation (about 1 .500' pagei 
of tutorial and reference material) and a 
exemplary record of user support. There ■ 
nothing lo touch ill 

Manx's Aztec C 

No current distributors 

Price: £not known 



This package is still used in the Sli 
but seems to have vanished from the 
market. Basically it's jusl being m 
Honed for completeness because 
C, at one time, provided the main coi 
tition to Lattice C - the package t 
became SASC. 

Aztec C had many good points and 
Lattice it came with its own set of proi 
ming utilities (editor, librarian, debu 
and so on) and a comprehensive fu 
library. 



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■ »ain problem is not understanding the C language 

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taay you interface with and use the Amiga's library 



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■I'd and even experienced programmers can 

• up lo a year lo come to grips with C on the Amiga. 

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&x& you're over the initial problems, though, every- 

» says the same thing.,, it's a brilliant language but 
i do have to be fairly disciplined as far as your 
opnjach to program design and coding goes. 

--identally, has changed in recent years and the 

pgjnaJ form is called K&R C after a couple of chaps 

■ted Brian Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie, the lan- 

a-age's creators, There 15 now an American National 



Standards Institute (ANSI) standard for Ihe C lan- 
guage and this improved form is called ANSI C. I 
Given the choice it is ANSI 1 C that you should learn 
to use. 

C++ {pronounced C plus plus} is an object-orient- 
ed programming language developed dunng the early 
90s by Bjame Strou sirup's language team. 

Throughout its development there has been a strong 
commitment lo keeping C++ compatible with the C lan- 
guage. C++ supports a construct known as a class 
that allows programmers to define objects which 1 
have their own data characteristics and 
procedures 

The end result is that ihe programmer can work 
at a much higher level of abstraction and so avoid the 
nitty-gritty details that make the programming of larger 
projects difficult in other languages You should not 
attempt to learn C++ until you are happy with C itself. 




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Devpac 3 msoft 



Price: £69.95 

There's no doubt that the current Devpac package provides the ultimate Assembler envi- 
•cnment available to the Amiga user at the present time. The editor offers multiple-file edit- 
: with full mouse-controlled cut-and-paste and the ability to open individually scrollable 
-Hjfliple windows on the same tile- 
There are bookmark set and locale facilities, macro recording facilities for memorising 
•eypress sequences, and powerful Assembler/debugger integration options. As well as the 
editor, Assembler and debugger, the Devpac 3 package includes Blink, the Amiga's Hi n ke r, 
a Commodore FD file converter and ether utilities, 

Ygu also gel the Assembly language include files, the standard run-time and link 
varies plus extra mains and. iff parse libraries), startup-code etc. and some example pro- 
-ams to get you siarted. 



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processors- Some of its more unusual features include support tor Copper list program- 
ming, AFtexx control-lability, and recognition ol bolh old and new styte Motorola 680x0 
syntax. Unlike Devpac it doesn't have an easy-to-use front end but most coders tend in 
fact to use Macro 68 in conjunction with an ARexx -based editor anyway. 

An awful lot of work has gone into Macro 68 and in practice ihe Assembler does admit- 
tedly provide lacilities lhal advanced coders could find very useful. 

Having said that, it is not a particularly user-friendly package and in particular the man- 
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We mentioned the basic difference 
between these two approaches In 
the jargon buster. To elaborate: If 
you've got a loop which contains 
instructions tnat are executed 500 
times then the interpreter will trans- 
late Ihe instructions within the loop 
500 times as well as executing them 
500 times. A compiler-based equiva- 
lent does the translation once and 
generates the necessary machine 
code, 

Whan the program runs, all the 
translation stuff has been done 
already - so compilers produce pro- 
grams which in general will run 
faster. 

The disadvantage of using a com- 
piler is that the process of creating 
a program is more complicated. You 
have to write Ihe program (the 
source code) using a text editor, 
then compile it. 

EXTRA CODE 

After that you may also have to 
link extra code (start up code, code 
for library functions and so on} to 
your program and only then can it 
be run. 

If there is a bug then it's back to 
the editor, make the necessary 
changes, recompile and so on. 
There are quite a lew tools around 
which help automate the process 
but it is still fairly long-winded. 

Most interpreted languages are 
guile the opposite - you can slop a 
program, make changes, and then 
Immediately run the new version. 
Interpreted languages are good for 
the development stages. Compilers 
are good for speed. 

Some languages, most notably 
Basic, come in both forms and often 
the compiling facilities are so well 
integrated into the system that you 
barely realise thai a compiler is 
being used. 



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Europress Software 

Easy Amos: £34.99 

Amos Professional: £49,99 

Amos Professional Compiler: £34,99 

Amos Is a games-oriented Basic-siyle language which was designed to be 
easy-to-learn, powerful, and lo lake full advantage of the Amiga's graph Scs 
capabilities. It succeeded on almost alt counts and, as a mult, has become 
very popular indeed. Easy Amos, which is a sort gf cut-down core version of 
the language, is a good package lor the total beginner. 

If you are already familiar with another Basic, or just wish to have access 
lo some ol me mare advanced facilities right from the word go, Ihen opt for 
the Professional version because it otters tar more powerful features. Amos 
Pro, incidentally, provides some very powerlul Amiga-specific 
graphics/sound extensions. 

The long-awaited Pro Amos compiler arrived during the latter part of last 
year and, depending on itie code being compiled, it can offer anything from 
slight to substantial speed increases. 

The compiler is compatible with both the Easy Amos and Amos 
Prolessional packages but users ol Easy Amos ought really to consider 
upgrading In Amos Pro belore getting Ihe compiler. 



Blitz 2 

Hohhyte 

Price: £44.90 

Bhlz Basic is getting quite a name 
for itsalt because, as a compiled 
Basic, il is extremely fast. Programs 
are normally created using BUtl 
Basic's integrated editor/compiler 
environment (called TED)- and an 
interactive run-lime debugger is 
prodded which allows you lo exam- 
ine Ihe nigh-level source code as a 
program runs. Compiling itself Is 



easy - you just select compile/run 
from tho menu. Because ol its 
speed, Blitz is great lor games pro- 
gramming and this Is where its 
main applications lie, Bill? 2 pro- 
vides some language extensions 
called NowTypes and built-in list 
processing support. 
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programmer and Ihis coupled to ihe 
rather unusual language extensions 
means thai n doesn't seem to be 

particularly suitable for those 
approaching Basic for Ihe Nrsl lime. 



Amiga Computing 



JUNE 1994 



GFA Basic v3. 52 

O3/3 Media 

Interpreter: ESQ 
Compiler £30 extra 

GFA Basic has been around for some time and although it still ftas lis r 
core followers, interest from new users seems to be on the decline. Part of V 
reason for Ihis would seem to be due lo a general lack ol support Irom Daa 
Media. The package runs OK on older machines, and on the A12D0, but sina 
the release of GFA Basic v3.5 (the last major release) problems have appoa 
on some machines 

GFA Basic doesn't work properly on the A3000 or A4000 machines and 
users of varices non-standard Amigas also seem to have had a variety of profr 
Isms. Since it seems that there are no planned GFA upgrades or official fixes ~ 
eliminate these problems at the moment, we can only suggest, until were hear 
something positive from Data Media, that you do not jump on this particuU* 
bandwagon. 

HiSoft Power Basic 

HiSoft 

Price: £29.95 

This is a perfectly respectable Basic which has been around a while and 3 
aimed primary at Workbench 1 3 users who wan! a cheap entry point into Base 
on the Amiga. 



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Price: £79 (expected) 

Unlike the Amos and Blitz olfermgs. HiSoft Basic has not been specif II 
aimed at the Amiga games programming fraternity. It has simply been a verj 
good, and very well supported, compiled Basic whose core lacilities are broadw 

compatible with Microsoft -sty te Basics found on many other machines. 

As we are going to press, a new version - called HiSoft Basic 2 - is being | 
released, which offers a host of new Workbench 2/3 oriented goodies. 

One major effect 0! the changes will be to make using the Amiga's Intuition 
and olher operating system functions much easier. We also know that a new 
editor (actually the one that is now provided with Devpac) and a debugger are 
being provided. 



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PD packages 

As well as commercial products you'll 
find many languages available as 
public domain offerings, Cursor is a 
Ihree-pass Basic compiler for pro- 
grams written In Amiga Basic. NorthC, 
PDC. and Dice are papular C compiler 
packages. There's even Gnu C+ + 
available far the more ambitious 
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Charlie Gibbs deserves a mention 
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Uerdict 



Best C compiler 

SAS C/C++ - there is absolutely nothing lo touch this package. 
Needless to say it also provides the besl C++ translator as well. 

Best Amiga Assembler 

Dovpac 3 - again this package is in a class of its own. 

Best Basic 

We're going for Amos because it has proven support, good 
Amiga-orignted facilities, and a large established, and relatively 

content, user base. But the improved HiSofl Basic 2 (which we've 
not yel seen) is also certain lo be very good indeed. 

Since this could provide some surprises at might well be safesi 
to wait until the Hi Sort offering arrives before making any 
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Jargon buster 



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function library: A set ol prewritten 

useful subroulines coHaclEd togelher in 
a separate file. 

interpreters and compilers: High-level 
languages come in two main varieties - 
interpreted and compiled, The differ- 
ence is that with an interpreted lan- 
guage you'll write a program and as it 
runs the interpreter takes each state- 
ment in turn, translates il (ie works out 
What it has tc do), and then executes 
the equivalent machine coda. 

opt! miser: A program thai can automat- 
ically rearrange, ie optimise, the code 
you've writien lo make il either run 
faster or occupy less space. 

portable programs: A program is 

portable If lis source code can be trans- 
ferred from one lype of computer to 

another and made lo run wiih litlle or no 
changa. The more work needed to gel 
the program running qn a new machine, 
the lass portable I he code is considered 
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Supplier contacts 



Data Media: 

0734 794941 

Europress Software: 

0625 859333 

HiSoft: 

0525 718181 

Helios Software: 

0623 S54828 

Hobbyte Computers: 

0582 457195 



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Amos 

Europress Software 

Easy Amos: £34,99 

Amos Professional: £49.99 

Amos Professional Compiler: £34.99 

Amos is a games-oriented Basic-style language which was designed to be 
easy-to- learn, powerful, and to take full advantage of (he Amiga's graphics 
capabilities, U succeeded on almost all counts and, as a result, has become 
very popular indeed. Easy Amos, which is a sort of cul-down core version of 
the language, is a good package for the tolai beginner. 

11 you are already familiar with another Basic, or just wish to have access 
to some of the more advanced lacilittes right from the word no, then opt for 
the Professional version because it offers lar more powerful features, Amns. 
Pro, incidentally, provides some very powerful Amiga-specific 
graphics/sound extensions. 

The long-awaited Pro Amos compiler arrived during Ihe latter part of last 
year and, depending on ihe code being compiled, it can offer anything from 
slight to substantial speed increases. 

The compiler is compatible with bolh Ihe Easy Amos and Amos 
Professional packages but users of Easy Amos ought really to consider 
upgrading lo Amos Pro before getting the compiler. 



GFA Basic v3.52 
Data Media 

Interpreter: £50 
Compiler £30 extra 

GFA Basic has been around for some lime and although il still has its hard- 
core followers , interest from new users seems to he on ihe decline. Part of Ihe 
reason for this would seem to be due to a general lack of support from Data 
Media, The package runs OK on older machines, and on the At£00, but since 
the release of GFA Basic v3.5 (the last maior release) problems have appeared 
on some machines, 

GFA Q-asic doesn'l work properly on the A3000 or A4O0O machines ana 
users of various non-standard Amigas also seem to have had a van&ty of prob- 
lems. Since il seems that there are no planned GFA upgrades or official fixes tc 
eliminate these problems at the moment, we can only suggest, until were I 
something positive Irom Data Media, that you do not jump on this particular 
bandwagon. 

HiSoft Power Basic 

HfSoft 

Price: £29,95 
This is a perfectly respectable Basic which has been around a while and -s 
aimed primary at Workbench 1 .3 users who want a cheap entry point into Base 
on the Amiga. 



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Hobbyte 

Price: C4B.90 

Blilz Basic Is getting quite a name 
for itself because, as a compiled 
Basic, il is estremeSy last. Programs 
are normally created using Blilz 
Basic's integrated editor/compiler 
environment (called TED) and an 
interactive run-time debugger Is 
provided which allows you lo exam- 
ine the high-level source code as a 
program runs Compiling ilsell is 



easy ynu |U<,t select compile/run 
Irom the menu. Because ol Us 
speed, Blitz Is great lor games pro- 
gramming and this is where Ms 
main applications lie. Blilz 2 pro- 
vides some language extensions 
called NewTypes and built-in list 
processing support 

A lol ol the Blitz 2 facilities seam 
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programmer and this coupled to the 
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Pries: £79 (expected) 

Unlike the Amos and Blitz offerings, HiSoft Basic has not been speed 
aimed al the Amiga games programming fraternity, It has simply been a 
good, and very well supported, compiled Baste whose core facilities are D r : 
compalibls with Microsoft-style Basics found on many other machines. 

As we are going to press, a new version - called HiSoft Basic 2 - is 
released, which offers a host of new Workbench 2/3 oriented goodies. 

One maior effect of ihe changes will be lo make using Ihe Amiga's 
and other operating system functions much easier. We also know thai < 
editor (actually ihe one that is now provided with Devpac} and a debugrjw 
being provided. 



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As well as commercial products you'li 
find many languages available as 
public domain offerings. Cursor is a 
three-pass Basic compiler for pro- 
grams written in Amiga Basic. NorthC. 
PDC, and Dice arc popular C compile' 1 
packages, There's even. Gnu C++ 
available for the more ambitious 
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Uerdict 



Best C compiler 

SAS C/C++ - there is absolutely nothing to touch ihis package. 
Needless to say it also provides Iha best C++ translator as well. 

Best Amiga Assembler 

Devpac 3 - again this package is in 3 class of its own. 

Best Basic 

We're going for Amos because ll has proven support, good 
Amiga-oriented facilities, and a large established, and relatively 
content, user base, Bui the improved HiSolt Basic 2 (which we've 
not yet seen) is also certain to be very good indeed. 

Since this could provide some surprises il might well be safest 
to wait until the HiSoM. offering arrives before making any 
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plical drives haue recently taken a bit 
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•fiey have always ottered a few major 

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m-9 back in professional circleS- 

"-•e Mo-Miga unit is a 5.25in disc offering 
F"Wj per side for a total of 1.2Gb driven, kte- 
t oy an A4000 equipped with the A4091 
SW| hgnd drive interlace, 

such, it ts a professional user's device and 

me which is alined primarily at those with hugs 

a requirements such as vldeographers and 

fcscjans. Fitting either internally or externally, 

«* arive worfcs laster than SCSI-1 hard drives, 

: - its final form wilh qrs-board 1Mb RAM 

acne, should be even faster. 

~iE manufacturers claim 2Mb per second 

nmum transfer rate under AmtgaDOS and up 

i 5Mb in last SCSI-1! burst mode - figures 

ttwct\ we couldn't test as we looked at a pre- 

XDOudion version of the unit. 

What was surprising, though, was (he speed' 

t ne drive running, under standard ArnigaDOS 

D --g syslems, Jusl under 1 .4Mb per second 

tarsler rates (DiskSpeed 42 with 512k buffer) 

y« an access lime of under 40ms gives the 

a^e a huge advantage over all previous optical 

xvces (though SCSI -ll no doubt has a loi to do 

«ei this). Mo-Miga will of course work with cider 

- -I interfaces, but performance is reduced. 

Much of ihe unit's speed is gained Ihrough 

".to-Miga device driver. This important piece 

:* coding sits between ArnigaDOS and Ihe drive 

and cornrT.ur.ica.es direclly using SCSI com- 

-ands, so that when Mo-Miga"s own filing sys- 



tem is used a faster synchronous burst mode 
can be utilised for streaming dala to disc very 
quickly. Under Ihe more usual desktop working 
conditions, Mo-Miga handles smalt files well 

considering Ihe disadvantages ol the optical 
medium, A new filing system developed by 4ih 
Level which will be shipping wilh the linished 
drives, will handle small files much more effi- 
ciently and laster than at ihe moment. 

From ils performance on our pre-production 
unit, the new system seams sel to make Mo- 
Miga a very useable general purpose drive. 

Other software supplied wilh the device 
makes it possible to set up a cartridge lo work 
like a bulletin board. The Audit program is 
designed lo enable the system operator to track 
all user of the machine, and can be a valuable 
aid lo security. 

Passwords can be set, and various levels ol 
user access set so that some may perform all 
function whereas others can only read data, and 
so on. Security can be varied from partition to 
partition and disc to disc, so lor example it is 
possible to allow full use of general software 
while locking people out of sensitive dala areas. 

01 her software includes Mo-Miga Exchange 
to allow users lo swap discs without worrying 
about unauthorised or untimely use of their data, 
and a variety ol utilities for controlling the discs 
ihemserves, such as a blanker lo stop Ihe disc 
spinning after a period of inactivity, Ihus saving 
wear and tear 

In all. this is a well Ihought out and lairfy com- 
plete sysiem rather than simply an optical drive, 
and one which should render sterling service in 
any professional environment. 

Home users might never see a Mo-Miga, but 
BBS sysops, videographers, and musicians 
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Mc-Miga's capacity and speed makes it an ideal drive for mulilple- partitions 
holding a variety of programs. The problem with using removable media in 
such a way. however, is thai the Amiga can become confused when whai ii 
Ihought was a fixed hand drive ll no longer Ihere. Swap cartridges and you 
can quickly run into problems. To body-swerve ihe danger, Mo-Miga's soft- 
ware uses a startup script (or each partition which contains the assigns and 
olher commands relating lo any software held on thai parlition. In addition, 
the partitions are automatically dismounted. 

This approach requires that the user moves any assigns Irom ihe user- 
startup script to Ihe relevant partition startup script, bul once done Ihe 
advantage ol not panicking the Amiga every lime a disc is ejecled makes 
Lp for Ihe initial hassle. 



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unRize Industries have held Ihe top 
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: hi tracks of Ihe AD5 1 6 or tho f our ol the 
1 12. 
n a brilliant piece of design, Ihe Cuelist has 
men completely overhauled and now pro- 
Mies a graphical rather than numerical 
approach to the problem of sequencing 
samples. 

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Tib lime-line wilh a simple mouse click. 

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-J a range ol tools which allow samples on the 
same track to fade, crossfade or butt up wrth 
adjacent samples - again no typing required. 

Thanks to ihis leature, hours - if not days - 
y painstaking editing can be avoided, and 
more importantly any alterations are complete- 
y non-destructive. If you don't like a mix or 
yossfade, simply grab the sample and slide it 
dose; or further away, it's literally that simple. 

As you'd expect the software offers a vari- 
ety of linear and non-linear fade styles - all 
jser definable of course - which whan added: 
10 the unbelievable simplicity of simply sliding 
the samples back and lorth makes Siudio 1 5 
easily Ihe besl pro audio solution on the 
machine. 

in addition lo sample mixing you're also 
provided with punch-in/punch-out recording 
direct into the Cuelisl, which again is a dream 
for prolessionat musicians and v»deographers, 

Add to thai Ihe finishing touch of totally 
automated pmg-pongmg - again wrlhin the 
Cuelisl - and you have the makings of a mas- 
terpiece. For those unfamdiar with musical ter- 
minology ping-pong ing is simply a means of 



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combining existing tracks into a mono or 
stereo pre-mix - thereby freeing the compo- 
nent tracks lor fresh recording. 

Combine the power of the Cuelisl wilh the 
program's existing ability to record and 
adjust fader and pan positions in real time 
and you haive arguably the best truly non-lin- 
ear direcl-to-disk recording and editing sys- 
tem on any platform. However in the case of 
SunRize, internal talents are only the begin- 
ning. 

As you may already know, Siudio 16 has 
a natural affinity with the Amiga's premier 
sequencing package Bars &Pipes Pro 2. 
thanks to the ability of bmh SunRize boards 
lo generate SMPTE timecode which can be 
passed internally to software. 

MULTIMEDIA 

Belter still, the SunRize controls can even 
appear within the B&FPro2 interface. As a 
resull you're Iree lo combine Ihe Midi and 
multimedia talents of the standard 
sequencer with the sampling exploits of 
Studio 16 

As you'd expect, the primary use for Ihe 
SunRize wilhin B£PPro2 is to provide live 
virtual tracks which sync precisely with the 
Midi output of Ihe sequencer, thereby brings 
vocals, guitar and other lomnerly analogue 
elements into a truly digital environment. 

It's also possible to append individual 
samples to specific Midi notes, thereby 
enabling drum tracks and vocal hooks to be 
built-up (rem the profusion of CD-based 
sample libraries on the market. 

In addition lo software, Siudio 16 also pro- 
vides a direct link to digital video via the 
same SMPTE generation used by B&PPro2. 
As a resull. either the 12 or 16-brt board can 
be linked directly with Ihe PAR animation 
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accompany Ihe 24-bit video Of Ihe PAR card. 

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digitiser, you have perfect audio/video sync 
which could even enjoy simultaneous Midi 
and multimedia support from B&PPro2. 

As you've probably gathered, the combina- 
tion of ihe SunRize hardware and the new 
software is in my opinion Ihe only credible 
option for anyone involved in professional 
Amiga audio. 

Although the opposition both offer excellent 
sound qualily, they simply can't match up 
when it comes to usability. Neither offer 
SMPTE or Midi support at the moment, and 
certainly can't compete when il comes lo join- 
ing lorces wilh other products. 

Unfortunately there's a price to pay for near 
perfection and in the cass of the Studio 16 it 
comes to a heart stopping E2QC for the soft- 
ware upgrade alone. 

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software stick wilh it, but if you're a heavy 
user who's looking for improved productivity 
and unbelievable ease of use you'd be insane 
not to invest in this excellent - if rather expen- 
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Up and Running 166 

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Can you kick it? 



The 1994 World Cup is coming this Summer and along with it are about a billion 
football games. The one which looks like becoming the firm favourite for the top 
spot is. Kick Off 3 from Anto. 

It's the follow up to the legendary Kick Off 2 which shattered salts records and 
soared to the top of the charts. Kick Off 3 premise* to be packed full of dynamic 
and totally unique new features. 

Unlike its predecessors, the third game in the series will be viewed from the 
side rather from above. New features include special moves such as flick ups and 
diving headers and 30 different set plays for corners and free kicks giving the 
most realistic dead ball situations ever. 

Over 2,900 frames of animation have been used to create smooth, fast flow- 
ing action which the creators say make Kick Off 3 the most realistic soccer game 
ever. 

We shall see if what they say is true when it arrives later this year, but by all 
accounts Kick Off 3 is going to be absolutely massive, 




News frMum 

in Kick Off 3 

intiuiie diving 

h<vidiu-i mnd 

banana kicks 

plus *n aii rt*** 

horizontal vww 




The Return off Dark Seed 



the U.K. Spgwr irtfpimd athtenture, featuring tfi« 
triait and tribulation* of a ititrKa-fittian writer, 
wilt appear on the COll later on in thr pur 



Software publisher Cyberdreams has 

announced that Dark Seed will soon be 
available for the Amiga CD32. Dark Seed, 
winner of the highly coveted 
Software Publisher's Association Award for 
Best Fantasy Role Playing/Adventure 
Program,, has sold over 135,000 units 
worldwide, and continues to be a best- 
selling product among science-fiction 
enthusiasts. 

Cyberd reams collaborated with Surrealist 
HR Giger to produce the gothic horror 
adventure. Giger is world renown for his 
work on feature films such as Alien, 
Poltergeist and Alien 3. 

Giger revolutionised the look of science- 
fiction with his unique biomechanics I style, 
which depicts the synthesis of biology and 
technology as they would have evolved 
without the influence of man. 

In Dark Seed you play Mike Dawson, a 
science-fiction writer who has just moved 
into a Victorian mansion. As you 
explore your new home, you discover a 
gateway to a parallel Universe 
inhabited by sinister and horrific beings 



whose sole intent is to destroy all : 
humanity. 

Mike has only three days to solve the 
mystery or he will undergo an evil and 
bizarre transformation. 

The CD version of Dark Seed is expected 
to have an enhanced soundtrack incluc 
digitised speech and even more spectacula- 
Giger-inspired graphics. 

Although it's not scheduled for an Aung* 
release, Dark Seed 2 will be released late-- 
this year on the PC, Macintosh and Sega C 
systems. It will pick up from where thE - 
Dark Seed left off and will involve ■ 
more diabolical machinations by the atiem 
of the Dark World. 

Dark Seed 2 will take advanti,- 
of the latest computer techno 
and feature more digitised sounds anc 
mations, plus more importantly 
expanded story and improved pu; 
structures 

Hopefully Cyberdreams will events 
release it on the Amiga because I knoi 
there are adventure gamers out there > 
dying to get their hands on the sequel 



Jm 11 








tmpirr hare (hfyWinfo the 

gmi/iins game market with their 

imaginatiirrly tittetl € mpire Soccer 



Empire take off 



Not a company to rest on 
their laurels, Empire have 
got d huge bundle of 
releases planned from 
now and until the end nf 
the year. We've already 
previewed o ream web and 
Cyberspace, both of which 
are due for a Summer 
release, but Empire have 
got some more delightful 
nuggets of software 
tucked up their sleeves. 

Due for release in June is the creatively-titled Empire Soccer 
which apparently captures all the excitement and fast paced 
action of the World Cup competition. Empire Soccer will fea- 
ture an extraordinary depth of gamepiay coupled with some 
dazzling high resolution 256-colour graphic 

On the pitch you'll be able to perform moves such as diving 
headers, banana kicks, overhead kicks, back passes and power 
shots. Empire are trying to put emphasis on the games smooth 
scrolling and it's highly reactive ball and players. 

Empire's second release, The Dawn of Aerial Combat, is a 
return to the skies with a state-of-the-art World War 6 flight 
simulation. Each event is played out in superb 3D with full con- 
trol of 15 aircraft, The game takes a detailed look at dozens of 
actual situations from WW1 and provides background informa- 
tion on real-life aces and planes, 

Scheduled for a September release, The Dawn of Aerial 
Combat is looking very good indeed and you can expect a 
n depth System preview in the near future. 



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Gchnologu, 



The section where we shine a 
spotlight on the major players 
in the computer industry and 
their latest and forthcoming 
hardware and software 



Sega has announced that work has ceased on the Jupiter, the 32-bit Saturn-based 
cartridge machine and is being switched to a similar project codenamed Mars, des- 
tined initially for the US and European markets. 

Mars is different from the Jupiter in that it is a 32-bit upgrade for existing Sega 
16-bit hardware and is designed to fit into the Mega Drive's cartridge port rather 
like the Master System Power Base converter, 

JDO's UK launch has now been given the provisional release date of May. tt also 
iooks as though the UK price will be a lot lower than previously reported and this 
is due to the price being cut in the States. The system will now cost S493.95 in the 
States which is around O00 

3DO software is steadily increasing and the latest release schedule lists 22 new 
titles that should be out between March and May. New titles Include Jurassic Parle 
Sewer Shark, Out Of This World and the Psygnosis spectacular. Microcosm. 

Sega Japan have just launched a new hand-held version of the Mega Drive enti- 
tled the Megajet at a cost of around £90. The machine which features a small LCD 
screen is currently being used on first class Japan Air-Line flights. 



Valhalla from Vulcan 



Vulcan Software are a brand 
new software house who are 
hoping to make a name for 
themselves in the Amiga market- 
place. 

Their first release is Valhalla: Lord 
of Infinity which has been in produc- 
tion for almost a year and is sched- 
uled for a June release 

Billed as a speech adventure, 
Vulcan claim that Valhalla is 
the very first game of its type on the 
Amiga. The finished version will 
have a handful of disks entirely ded- 
icated to the aural side of the 
product. 

The game is viewed from a top- 
down perspective of the main char- 
acter, Valhalla, an innocent elfish 
kind of creature. 

The finished product will be a col- 
lection of logical problems which 
jet gradually more and more com- 
plex as you progress through the 
levels, 

Programmed by two graduates. 
Lisa Tunriah and Paul Hale 
tarrington, Valhalla is looking very 
■npressive and Vulcan's first entry 
nto the cut -throat world of Amiga 
games could well become a big 
success. 




Valhalla is Vulcan Software i tint 
product and it has been billed as the 
world's ft'nt fpeezh adventure 




rt>p hrro of Valhalla li in innocent 
elvish crea tur* who is trying t& turn 
wrongs into rights 



Ponl rl just one of 

Ocean's new budget 

titles mining your way 

within the tttrMt year 




Ocean get Mighty 



Mighty Max is in inch-high adventurer who is currently a top-selling toy 
across Europe and the US, Not only does he appear in a range of toys, 
but he has his own television series and range of videos. 

It thus comes as no surprise that Mighty Max, via the software tafents 
of Ocean, is going to appear in his very own computer game. 

True to the futuristic theme of the cartoon, the game features an 
innovative split screen two player mode. During the fast-paced action. 
Mighty Max must recover as many as 400 components of the world's 
most powerful weapon before his arch-enemy. Skull Master, uses it to 
destroy the Earth. In two-player mode, each player will have separate 
components to assemble, and each is able to sabotage the others 
attempts. With five scenes, each with five levels, of frantic head-to-head 
action, Mighty Ma* is, allegedly, set to make a mighty mark on the 
Amiga at the end of the year, 

Other Ocean news invokes their Hit Squad budget label. Recent 
negotiations have lead to Ocean acquiring the rights to republish 12 of 
Virgin Interactive's software titles, 

Paul Millar, the Hit Squad Sales Manager, commented: "The Hit 
Squad is synonymous with value for money and quality and the Virgin 
titles will certainly strengthen our position as the best budget label 
around. 

"All of the 12 titles are outstanding in their own right and I am 
proud to have them in the Hit Squad portfolio," 

The Virgin deal will add to the label's already impressive line-up of 
titles such as Lure of the Temptress, Jimmy White's Whirlwind Snooker, 
Dune, Archer Maclean's Foot, Realms, Supremacy. KGB, Reach for the 
Skies, Shuttle, Dune 2, Legend of Kyrandia and Cannon Fodder. 

All of these signings are d ue for re lease with! n the n ext yea r 



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SvsTEm 

Selections 



In this section we tell you which 
pieces of software have shined 
over the last few months and why 
they shiiuld have a place in your 
games collection 



Skidmarks 

Acid Software's racer has got gorgeous graphics, superb 
sound, is highly playable and unbelievably addictive It's a 
very polished racer that totally destroys all of its competi- 
tors. I could go on for hours praising this game, but I really 
only need say two wofds - buy it- 





Simon the Sorcerer 

Adventure Soft's game is cram-packed with puzzles, funny 
quips and silly asides. While it's a title that you're not meant to 
take too seriously, it will give you plenty to think about if 
you're to complete it. Simon the Sorcerer is a very large, well 
thought-out graphical adventure that'll keep you happy and 
out of harm's way in the land of giants, fairies and dwarves, 




Man Ufa: Premier League Champions 

I've thrown away my copies of Sensible Soccer and Goal 
because Krisalis have created an ultimately more satisfying 

football game that will appeal to the true football fan. 

The graphics are nicely presented and highly realistic. 
Couple this with Its level of payability and addiction and 
you've got a hell of a game on your hands. Goal and Sensible 
Soccer fans will want to have this game's babies. Buy it and 
float to football heaven. 



Labyrinth of Time 

The bottom line is that Labyrinth is a superb addition to the adventure genre. It has amazing 

stylised graphics and a level of depth and payability seldom found in computer games these 

days- 
It's great news for punters who've put faith in Commodore and the CDJ2 because this is a 
title which starts to truly show a little of the machine's capability. 



Hero Quest 2: Legacy of Sorcsil 

Legacy is very easy to pick up, using a poini-and-click system in 
conjunction with the mouse. This is typical of every aspect of 
5oras.il generally it's easy to use and even easier to find your 
self absorbed within. 

This combination of D&O style rules blended in with the 
visual aspects of combat and spell-casting will make Hero 
Quest 2 an instant success with RPG lovers. 



rati) 

OK, so it might not have spectacular graphic or sound, but it 
has it where it counts and that is in the gameplay and addic- 
tion departments. I'm finding it really hard to fault K240, but 
I suppose if you play enough it will eventually get a bit unvar- 
ied, but the later aliens are incredibly tough and will take a 
lot of experienced K240 playing to beat. 

Gremlin's space strategy is a truly engrossing game that 
will keep you awake until the early hours and I heartily 
recommend it as this month's game to get your mitts on. 





The scores 
on the doors 

Our rioopofls scoring 
system explained 

As part of the new look and feel of the software sec- 
tion we have taken a fresh loo* at the way we score 
our reviews,. In our opinion, review scores have lost 
their content as percentages; some products hare 
been receiving scores which were only a few per- 
centage points short of perfection, when in. truth the 
products were only marginally above average. 

OK, so the scores might seem unnaturally low at 
first hut that's only because other scoring systems 
tend to be on the high side and perhaps not as com- 
prehensive or honest as they could he. 

In the long run you'll receive a more concise and 
reader-oriented review that's geared towards the 
consumer. 

0-20 This is given to the lowest of the low 

21-30 „„..An all-round poor game that may have a 

single saving grace 
31-40 Just below the average, perhaps let down 

by a few indiscretions. 
41-SS Games of this score are roughly average 

with 50 being a perfectly average store. 



.This is an above average game and is worth 
buying. For this reason it would be 
awarded the BRONZE award. 



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.A game of high quality that we have no 
reservation in recommending. Anything of 
this ilk would be given the SILVER award. 




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and almost the definitive of its hind. This 
standard of game would receive the GOLD 
award. 




90-100 The best in its genre. This benchmark title 
receives the PLATINUM title. 



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Dhe rain doesn't depress you in Manchester, You 
get that much of it that after a while that it 
becomes just a mild irritation. In this instant it's 
doing me no favours, I'm Jate, lost and having 
trouble finding my intended destination. 

It can't be that tough though, this is Chorlton-cum- 
Hardy. The Chorlton, of Zhorlton and 1 the Wheelies 
fame. The' home of the most famous animation stu- 
dio's in the United Kingdom, Cosgrove Hall. 

The company that bought you Danger Mouse, 
Duckula, Wind in the Willows, and, perhaps to their 
eventual cost, the full-lemgth animated film The Big 
Friendly Giant. 

Back in the middle Bus, Cosgrove Hall was undoubt- 
edly the largest employer of Manchester's creative 
population, and churning out hour after hour of tele- 
vision quality animation. 

That is, until the recession began to bite harder 
than one of Baron Greenback's monster creations, 
and Cosgrove Hall began to 
Collapse 

After embracing animation 
and cartoons, the TV compa- 
nies saw them as old hat, and 
cut huge holes in the bud- 
gets. 

Suddenly, the streets of 
Manchester were littered 
with animators and back- 
ground artists. Fortunately 



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include complicated animated iitnductjans. 



Simon Clays visits a Manchester animation studio to 



meet animator extraordinaire Vincent James 





Phitbert the frog, one of Vintent't 
creations and a hit ut a TV prrsonatity 





Cast/rove Hall, birthplace trf 
Danger Mdu» .met Durkula 





though, as one medium began to dry up, another one 
emerged. 

In this case it was due to the advent of CD technol- 
ogy, and the software industry's desire to improve the 
quality of its product with introductions and link ani- 
mations. 

As this research information runs through my head 
once more, I suddenly notice the rain distorted sign 
I'm after, the key to my destination and home to Fat 
City films. 



Fat City, along with a couple of other Manch cr- 
ossed animators, have managed to break into a fie* 
that could have never become a reality if tethnoloef 
hadn't intervened. 

The man who initiated this slight swagger awa) 
from TV animation into the world of computer gams 
is Fat City company director, Vincent James. 

Sitting back In the comfort of Fat City's pape- 
strewn offices, I sip coffee and wait for Vincent r 
feels homely, and I can't work out whether i 



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Fat City receive the script, some ideas 
generated by meetings and a storyboard 



©A first draft of the moving animations is 
drawn and then sharpened into a blue- 
line animation. This is then transferred onto 
video-, and shown to Millennium. 

©Following an approval by Millennium; 
the animation is tidied through a pro- 
cess called clean-up. In this procedure the 
blue-lines are inked over and tidied up. 

J^pkThen the line drawings are photo- 
Wufer copied onto transparent cells using 
heat imaging. Then the background artists, 
Aileen Raistrick and Michelle Graney, paint 
the background cells on the reverse of the cell 
using water-based paints. 

The different layers having gone through 
the same processes are all put together. To 
avoid mistakes all the action is tied up using a 
field size. Basically, this is a square which 
aligns each layer, and allows the animators to 
know exactly where something is taking 
place. 

©From here, the finished cells are taken 
to film. Animation is generally filmed 
on 16mm, 35mm and Hi-band video. From 
here, the film is sent to be processed. 

If the rush print meets (he required standard, 
then it goes to editing and spiking. Then, the 
rush print is sent back to the processors and 
the answer print comes through. 

Then, if Millennium are satisfied with the 
answer print, the film goes to dubbing for 
sound to be added. 

The only exception to this whole 
procedure is if lip-synching is required; then, 
this needs to be added at a much ear Her 
stage. 



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zecause everywhere I look I'm seeing wall-mounted 
:elevisual icons from my youth like Danger Mouse, 
••enfold and Duckula, or whether it is just plain com- 
"ortable. 

Vincent appears, and after a short bout of cursing 
otisy schedules we get down to the business of the 
•norning. After a few words about some of the 
'ramed shots on the wall, I eventually managed to ask 
.mcent how he got started in animation. 

"I left school with no formal kind of art qualifica- 



tion. In fact, I had a job at Aerospace. But, I hated it 
that much I left for a job in a design studio. 

"They were knocking out rag-mags and that kind 
of thing, and ever so often there' d be some form of 
spot cartoon, which I got into doing." 

"This went on for about five years, until Cosgrove 
Hall approached me. Having seen some of my strips 
they asked me to join." 

Vincent explains that Cosgrove Hall were just on 
the verge of massive expansion: "When 1 started 



there, there were about SO of us, six months later and 
there were 120- it was crazy." 

On this note, the conversation swings around to 
Vincent's work at Cosgrove Hall. "While the majority 
of the animation staff were involved on BFG, five of 
us were busily creating Duckula in collaboration with 
the American cable channel Nickelodeon." 

"I was frustrated and decided to freelance. After 




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that I went to Leeds and worked on a project called 
Fiddly Foodleburg. It was a totally spaced-out cartoon 
series, t mean totally drug-oriented and created by 
this burnt out old hippy. 

"But, some good did come of it, as I learned all the 
other techniques of animation like camera and sound, 
things that at Cosgrove Hall you'd never have been 
allowed to learn. Oh, and I met Aileen, who does all 
the painting of the backgrounds in Pond," 

And this mowed us very neatly onto the subject of 
James Pond, and Fat City's association with 
Millennium Interactive. Pond Three features an ani- 
mated introduction which some of you may well have 
seen extracts from on the CD32 version of Pond 2. 
Vincent explained; how the two companies came 
together: 

"I met Millennium because of a mate I had from 
my freelance days. He said he'd got some design work 
from this computer place" 

"They turned out to be Millennium, and needed 
someone to design their animation sequence for 
them. Anyway, I met them and got the job," 

"We were going to do the backgrounds, but we 
soon found out that it wouldn't be that sensible a 
thing to do. the,main reason being that it's just too 
technical for us." 

PROBLEMS 

"They had a lot of trouble with our drawings. You 
we, computer artists repeat things and loop different 
backdrops, It was killing us! 

"We were just drawing backgrounds, and they 
thought they were lovely, but they ended up in the 
bin because they would have soaked up that much 
memory," 

With this in mind I asked Vincent what kind of 
problems they encountered during production, 

"Problems, problems, yes, there were plenty. We 
produced a test piece that didn't work liaughs] We 
did watercolour wash backgrounds, and of course 
they have a watery look to them. And, because the 
girls mix paints randomly, the colours are impossible 
to match. " 

Having visited Millennium Interactive on several 
occasions, I've always found them to be quite a pro- 
gressive go-ahead team. The products they release are 
quite innovative, so I'm interested to find out what 
the relationship is like. 

"They're not awful [laughs louder], they're a good 
bunch of guys. But in terms of animation they don't 
really know what they're on about. They tend to be 
really finnicky about little things." 

"Basically there's a clash between art- based tre- 
aties and computer treatives. They both want to 
achieve roughly the same thing but go about them in 
completely different ways." 

As the tempo and volume of the conversation shifts 
up a gear, we slip into computer games in general: 



Order to move 



During my visit to fat City Films I met up with Paul 
Johnson who was given the arduous task of explaining 
the techniques employed in manufacturing animation for the Pond and HnkU sequences, 

While in conversation Paul, a 25-year-old graduate in animation, told me that before he d worked for Fat 
City and done a stint at Catalyst, the company that animated the introduction to Soccer Kid^ 

Paul described the method through which Millennium get animated game movements off Fat City. 

-Millennium send down a set of storyboards and rough character designs. Trial and error has already tolfl 
us that there a re certain things you cant do on a co m puter, ' 

"For example, characters can't walk up or down slopes any steeper than 22 degrees. If the hill te steeper 
then the character just doesn't look right," . 

"Anyway, being well aware of the pitfalls, we then draw rough pencil animation cycles. Obviously, we C 
redesign anything we think's a little flawed," 

"Then the pencil animations are cleaned up and turned into what we call blue-line animations [whscr 
speak lor themselves). These are then transferred from film onto video, and we send them off to Millennium 
to be transferred into DPaint," 







"What happens at the moment is that the non- 
artists, in the shape of programmers, make the 
games, and use us to fill in missing bits," 

"But these guys aren't trained animators, In fact, 
they don't know the first thing about techniques of 
character movement, they just guess." 

"Most of the games lack invention. The games 
houses think they create stylised characters, but they 
have no idea how to bring something to life. 

"Most of them are still in the mid-SOs using bloody 
air-brushes on muscle-bound blokes or marine-boy 
clones, They haven't got a clue.'" 

Following this line of enquiry further, I'm curious 
to establish if Fat City have designed any computer 
game characters of there own, 

"Yes, we've done a couple of things, We did some 
work on a game M-lllennium have got coming out 
soon called Pinkie, For Pinkie we did some of the in- 
game animation, and the title sequence." 

Vincent went on to explain how he came to be 
working on Pinkie: 

"I first saw Pinkie when it first arrived at 
Millennium, I was down there by chance, and these 
guys started hawking this thing they'd got" 

■ it was one of the nicest things I'd seen, I loved the 
colours and the palette they'd used on the back- 
grounds - quite psychedelic." 

"We're also doing some of the character move- 




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rough outlines, and we give them back three d ^r 
ent versions of actions, like thrusting or jumping." 

"They then transfer them into an Amiga and -ad 
them in DPaint.'' 

"More importantly, we're actually doing a gaa 
called Mega-Mite. It's kind of reversing the pr 
that we've worked under before," 

As it's a project that's been kept pretty tight 
under wraps, Vincent takes me down another aver* 
and begins to enthuse about the future: 

"Nat long ago, you couldn't have this type of I 
mation in computer games, How, we have insert; 
between levels and all sorts." 

COMPUTER GAMES 

"I remember the early attempts to convert ar 

tion to CD. It was ail jerky because it missed fra 
Now technology has shifted a little further and 
put it straight onto a CD." 

•I'm not too up on computers, but I hear pe 
raving about full motion video, The potential 
interactive animation is huge." 

Drawing to a close, t ask whether computer i 
are proving to be a lucrative new avenue for ar 

tors: 

"On the whole computer games have been 
healthy for animator?. At the end of the day if* i 
I mean you want to make a Tom 'n' Jerry, but j 
got to pay the bills." 

Glancing down I notice my empty coffee 
Vincent follows my stare, offers to re-fill my mug I 
politely informs me that he's got to fly off to Le 
Having one of final query, I push my luck and ask ' 
who his favourite cartoon characters is. 

The answer comes immediately, and wit! 
authority that is without question: 

"Felix the Cat without a doubt. He is the 
designed character of ail time. Simplicity ir 
essence, and 50 years ahead of its time," 

With this, the meeting comes to a dose, Vm 
on his way to Leeds and I'm back on the anir 
streets of Chorlton. 





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June, many software houses haw seen 
a great opportunity for a swift market- 
ing ploy - namely bring out as many 
football titles as possible to cash in on World Cup 
fever which is bound to hit the country. But never 
before are we going to be so spoiled for choice, 
as the reviews on these three pages show. 



Sierra are making their way onto the football simu- 
lation scene with Sierra Soccer. Ffom what we've 
seen the game will have a whole host of options 

and features. 

It can boast built-in intelligence for accurate 
computer simulation, a new free kick and corner 
directional system allowing you to choose height 



and distance, 4,000 frames of player 
animation, and a 3D view for fast and smooth 
graphics. 

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sequences of referees and injuries to players; and 
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to be heavy competition far the other releases. 

Thirty-two top international teams, each with their own 
distinct playing styles, compete for the World Cup. The 
main change is to he the game's view, from overhead to 
side-on, 

Steve Screech, one of the original programmers of Kick 
Off 2, is overseeing the development, while Enigma 



Kick Off 3 Anco/lmagi 



Variation will be dealing with the coding. 

The 5NES version is nearing completion and it's already 
looking impressive, but the Amiga version promises to be a 
lot faster as well. The game can boast 2,000 frames of ani- 
mation and state-of-the-art sound effects. 

New options will include practice, arcade and simulation 
modes. At any point in the game you will be able to access 
match reports or give team pep talks to give your players 
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Sensible World of 

Sensible Software/Renegade 



Renegade and Sensible Software are looking to release The Sensible World 
of Soccer sometime in August of this year. The game promises to be differ- 
ent in that it wilt combine all aspects of a good management game, while 
retaining its original payability 

As team manager, the player can choose from 1,500 world club sides from 
any one of the world's main leagues. Try your hand at either manager, 
player or a combination of the twO: Thus the game should appeal to both 
the management/strategy buffs and the arcade player. 



Sponsorship 



A common trend in sports games, football games in particular, is to get a big 
name to endorse your product. What bigger name than Manchester United? 

We talked to Tim James, Krisalis's PR man, about their Manchester United 
Trilogy, Tim James is far from being boastful when he says that the trilogy 
has been the most successful product that Krisalis have released- 

The original idea of managing director Tony Kavanagh, it. was obviously a 
good move, but how much of it do they believe was down to the product, 
rather than the name behind it 7 

Tim is quick to point out that no matter what a product is called, the 
actual game is what counts, and it's all down to how successful the program- 
mers have been, 

However in the early days, with Krisalis still establishing themselves, Tim 
believes that having such a licence behind their first United reJease did a 
great deal to increase their credibility. 

Having such a dub behind their game could have its drawbacks, namely 
that fans from rival clubs will avoid their game on principle. But: Tim has no 
doubts that having Manchester United behind them does not have 
disadvantages, 

He believes that as one of the most successful clubs in Europe they have 
gained great respect from football fans even those from rival clubs, As 
opposed to chocraing other big clubs such as Liverpool, Arsenal and Leeds, 
Manchester United have earned much admiration for what they stand for 

However, Manchester United didn't have a great deal of say in the devel- 
opment of the game, unlike some of Krisalis's other releases such as their 
Graham Taylor licence where Taylor played a large part in helping create the 
right statistics and features for the game, Manchester United simply placed 
their trust in the experts and left them to it. 

As for the future, there are no United releases on the horizon but Krisalis 
have just renewed their contract with the team. So, who knows, perhaps 
Manchester United - Premiere League and FA Cup champions? 




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Striker 

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Taking a peek into the distant 
future. Rage plan to release a 
sequel to Striker sometime near 
Christmas, efforts have been made 
to make the game as realistic as pos- 
sible, using animation from real 
footage. 

A lot of work has gone into the 
computer intelligence aspect of the 
game, as a common complaint about 
Striker was that it became too easy 
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This game will invoke special team powers as well as the usual moves, such as Super Barge 
enabling you to knock down an opponent for up to ten seconds., 




Other features include a full statistical game analysis at half time and Comical Cameo 

sequences for goals, bookings and the like. The game uses 256-colour graphics arid 400 

frames of arcade-style play- 
Choose from one of the 24 national teams in this year's World Cup, each one having been 

studied to match the playing style and ability of the real squad, and guide them to World 

Cup success. 

Five skill settings will ensure that the game will appeal to all, from the novice to the 

expert- Expect this one tq hit our shelves around June. 




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becoming too much, there are alternatives, 

Management games are becoming increasingly 
popular with those who prefer a game that requires 
a hit of thought and strategy with their football. The 
Premier Manager duo and Championship Manager 
are among the most popular of this particular genre. 

The idea behind them is to take on the role of 
team manager and lead your squad to success. 
Things such as keeping your ground, squad, and 
money under control become part of your job. In 
Short, all the responsibilities of a manager become 
yours. 

Even a platformer has taken up the football 
theme, in Krisafis's Soccer Kid, with a football -kick- 
ing sprite. The game was acclaimed for its brilliant 
graphics and unusual payability. 

Alternatively, if you'd like a football game but 
don't want to bother with all the rules then try the 
sequel to Brutal Sports Football, called Brutal Sports 
Soccer - soon to be released. 

While Brutal Sports Football was based on 
American Football, this release will centre loosely 
around British football, with the same idea behind 
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Payability remains as smooth and addictive 
as ever, The sprites do seem a little inferior H 
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Another basic port-over for the CD Ii 
Barnes European Football, released 0* 
Krisalis's budget label, Buzz. It is set arc.-- 
the European Football Championships and 
contains advanced features such as intelligent 
defensive walls, aftertouch and action replays 
The game runs at arcade speed and makes u* 
of a stereo soundtrack. 



To the future 



With all the leaps in graphics and sound appearing across the gaming genres, the 
question on most footy fans' lips is - what's the next generation of Sensible Soccers 
going to look like? 

The Sega Saturn, to be released at the end of this year, could give a solid hint as 
to the direction the genre is moving in. Saturn Soccer is from the makers of the 
much-touted Virtua series (racing, fighters) and from the early preview shots 
glimpsed at the recent CE5 show, it looks like quite a stormer. 

Featuring multiple imaginative views of the action and full polygon graphics, 
this is shaping up to be quite a title on the visuals side. Whether it can match the 
payability of the likes of Sensible Soccer is another question altogether. 

Likewise, FIFA Soccer on the 3D0 features panning, zooming and digitised play- 
ers, producing breathtaking results, but as Steve Dunn, the programmer of Sierra 
Soccer, says: "The payability [of the next generation] could be fractionally better, 
but not desperately better." 

Tim James of Krisalis is very much adamant about putting payability before 
graphical enhancements. He sees the next step as heading towards more individu- 
ality for the players - how well they run, kick and handle. These are techniques 



which they have already used in their Manchester United Premier Lea 
Champions, and he hopes that bringing more managerial skills to the game ■ 
produce a more rounded and varied experience. 

If you shout at a player, you'll be able to see the results in the nest match - 
may well be better on pitch and move faster or, alternatively, sulk and not pla 
the best of his abilities. 

Virtual reality is regarded by some as being the ultimate way forward, and 1 
viable option for the future - could it be possible that a few years down the 
we'll be able to slip a VR head unit on and take part in the ultimate football eiga 
fierce as we race around Wembley stadium with the roar of fans echoing in 
ears? 

The one important factor that has been present in many of the classics, is : 
payability - this must be one of the most consistently addictive genres, pre 
the player with hours of fun and frustration. 

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brlities won't detract from the previous quality of gameplay which has mad* I 
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L^J quality and not quantity. A 
bad game from Core is a very rare 
occurrence. Over the next few months, 
you are going to be constantly bom- 
barded by theif products and l J m 
happy to report that, true to form, 
there isn't a bad game in their latest 
batch of releases, 

One such game planned for a July 94 
release is Universe. This graphicftext 
adventure has been created by the 
same development team who were 
responsible for the critically acclaimed 
Curse of Enehantia. 

It's all about a journey into a futuris- 
tic parallel universe which contains a 
dimension of cosmic rivalry and war* 
ring alien races. The story begins as an 
ordinary lad called Boris Verne is visit* 



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inventor, 

Boris, being the naive chap he is, sits 
in a strange pod machine and get trans- 
ported to another dimension, That's 
where the adventure begins, System 



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popped down to Derby to talk to Gary, 
Jim, Stu and Rolf, the team Who devel- 
oped Universe; this is what they had to 
say about life, the universe and the 

game that could become the one of 
best graphic adventures on the Amiga: 

Q: What did you do before you 
starred word at Core Design? 

Gbk: I worked for another software 

company and did such games as Scooby 
& Scrappy Doo, Yggi Sear and numer- 
ous others [budget titles] that 1 can J t be 
arsed to remember. 

Jim: I spent three years in oblivion at 
university supposedly studying com* 
puter systems engineering. 
Stu: 1 got up in the mornings, pre- 
tended to go to college but didn't, 
hung around outside in minus 90 
degree temperatures and hung out 
with my girlfriend. 

Rolf: Before Core Design, I had done 
several illustrations for book covers, 
worked for Games Workshop etc, all 
after doing an architecture degree. 

Q: How did you come up with the 
idea for Universe} 

Rolf: Universe was an idea that I origi- 



the Amiga, 

Stu: The main character, Boris, alsc 
scales, which is pretty unusual on •■ 
Amiga. Boris was rotoscoped to get rea- 
istic basic moves (eight-directional w»« 
cycles, pick up etc). Any other moves awl 
hand-drawn and animated by us. 

Q: Universe will appear on tfu 
Amtga CQ32- What additional fe* 
tares cart we expect to fee? 

Rolf: Due to the fact that the AS00 vi- 
sion is already in 25& colours, the** 
shouldn't be that much of a differs* 
graphically. We will be using mo'» 
shades though, as the A50Q only has % 
shades per colour whereas the CD32 h* 

Jbn; We're also looking into speech 9 
the C032 version, but we're not too *m 
about that at the moment. 
Can Of course there will be t*» 

expected CD music rather than the fo-r 
channel Amiga stuff. 

Q: What do you think of the new CI 
based technology? 

Stu: Which CD technology? The Cuti 
doesn't in our opinion live up to a 
hype. 







nally had for a film script. That never 
went anywhere so I decided to turn it 
into a game. 

Q: What makes Universe different 
from every other adventure? Are 
there any unique features)? 

G«: Yes there are some unique fea- 
tures; SPAC (Super Pre-Adjusted 

Colours) mode for one, SPAC mode 
allows the display of up to 256 colours 
on a normal Amiga 500. 
Jim Also, the music system is similar to 
LucasArts* IMuse in that it changes 
depending on the current mood of the 
game- We've never see that before on 










ant at tht mmny imprmvfivr prices of artwork used in the creation of Unlutne 



Jim: Ves, it's just a A1200 with a CD 
anve bolted on as an afterthought. 
Gu: It's the only CD drive I know of 
which can't actually fade music! 
PteHi But it does have the Planar chip 
' there... somewhere! 
Gu: It's just a pity it's not any use. 
All: Yeah... It's really great. 

Q: Explain the processes involved in 
designing a game (from simple 
sketches to finished product): 



We'll tell you when we find out, 
Sty: There's not really a definitive way 
of designing a game. Everyone -does it 
d fferently. 

lint: We start by haying a meeting 
where everyone in the team sits 




around, drinks coffee and talks over 
ideas that they'd like to see in the 
game. We then work out which bits of 
the initial design are feasible. 
Caz: And then we do the business... 
Stu: Rolf will start by roughly sketching 
out the general layout of the scenes 
before he starts to paint them. Once 
they're painted, they are scanned in 
using a flat-bed scanner and a PC and 
touched up if necessary. 
Rolf; We then subject the nice picture 
to SPAC mode which converts the origi- 
nal scanned image so that the Amiga 
can display it in 256 colours, 
Jim: This usually needs considerable 
touching up, but it's worth ft in the end 
Stu: We (Jim and myself) then do the 
background animations and sprites in 



the palette dictated to us by SPAC 

mode. 

Gaz: Generally the process is a long 

one which would take up far too much 

space hereto really go into any depth. 

Q: Your previous adventure. Curse 
of Enchantia. used a icon control 
system. Universe will use a text sys- 
tem. What benefits do you get from 
this new system of control and how 
easy/difficult was it to implement? 

Rolf: Conversations between characters 
in Universe is one benefit. 
Jim: Yeah, it's not really possible to 
have a conversation using icons, is it? 

Cat: Benefits? It works I 
Stu: I no longer have to draw stupid 
things like "pay respect to the dead" in 
a 24 by 24 pixel icon. 

Q: Universe will incorporate some 
arcade sequences. This has been 
done before unsuccessfully in 
games like Operation Stealth and 
Indiana Jones. What will these 
sequences he tike in Universe? 

Jim: We are aware that previous 
adventures have suffered considerably 
due to the inclusion of arcade 
sequences so we've kept this in mind. 
Generally, adventure players don't want 
arcade pieces in their games so we've 
not dwetled upon them in Universe. 
Caz: The ones that are there are short 
and simple and should make an inter- 
esting break in the game. 
Rolf: You won't be spending hours try- 
ing to get past them in other words. 




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INTRODUCTION 



- A few years ago I bought a graphic novel 
entitled Watchmen, which featured the 
art of Dave Gibbons and it quite literally 

took my breath away, rf you've never read Watchmen then right 
' after this review I urge you to go out and buy it and if you haven't 
got the cash, beg, or steal yourself a copy. 
Dave, who previously worked on popular weekly 2000AD. tried and 
failed to make a Watchmen game, but he Still had the computer bug and 
has now joined up forces with Revolution Software, whose previous soft- 
ware credits include the highly acclaimed Lure of the Temptress, to work 
on Beneath a Steel Sky. 

Two years in the making. Revolution Software have significantly 
enhanced their unique Virtual Theatre system and treated a game that is 
six times bigger than Lure of the Temptress. 

The Virtual Theatre system allows all the characters to realistically move 
about independently in their world. For instance, if you find a character in 
a certain room, don't expect them to be there when you return. 

As with most games of this genre, the adventure is all controlled via the 
mouse and clicking on objects or characters will cause the hero of the 
game to interact with them. 





Whilm wandering around ihr factory you 

WlH find * frirnti in Anita. She wilt hrlp you 

progress through 9*nrath a Steei Sky 



The start of Foster** adventure and things 
arm ro&*ing grim, aithougrt thai pipe on 
the wall (ouU open a few doors 




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companion and in times of strife ym G*rt 
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Entering Raich's room you fur? a im/ift 
look around, but the only pi-ate worth 
investigating is under hit piliow where 
he krmpf hit magazines. Ahem! 



You take on the role of Robert Foster, who as a 

youngster crash- landed in a desolate place known 
only as the Gap. With his parents dead, Robert 
was taken in and fostered by Tribesmen, 

Treated as rjne of the tribe, Robert learned to 
survive by hunting and scavenging. As years- 
passed he started to discover new talents such as 
building robots and one of them, Joey, became 
'his constant companion. 

Then one day the eldest tribesman had a pre- 
monition of the evil that was coming to the Gap. 
That evil was the security he I i tenter. After the 
Commander had threatened the old tribesman 
with death, Robert came out of biding and was 
promptly abducted by brutal security fumes and 
brought to a place called Union City. 

His fate is in your hands as tie talks to people 
and explores the area around him, in an attempt 
To discover why he was brought to the city. 

Right at the start of the adventure you find 
that Foster has escaped from the wreck of the 
helicopter in which he was kidnapped. You must 
ensure that he eludes security in order to discover 
his past and his destiny. 




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Dove Gibbon^ began his comics career in 
1973, A frequent contributor to the maga- 
zine 2000AD, he illustrated such renowned 
strips as Horlem Heroes, Dan Dare and 
Rogue Trooper for that publication. 

Gibbons has also worked on the popu- 
lar Doctor Who strip,, and in 1982 he began 
his association with DC Comics, drawing the 
Green Lantern series, 

His work with Alan Moore on 
Watchmen helped win him a Best 

Writer/Artist combination award at the 1987 Jack Kirtoy Comics Industry Awards. 

ceremony, 

Monthly magazine, Q, said Watchmen was "The most advanced comic yet, one 

which elevates the medium from the mere childish diversion to the level of an 

artforrr" 







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his way into a state of adventuring bliss, courtesy 

of Virgin and Revolution Software 




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There isn't a lot to shout about on the sound front and is intact quite weak. 
The atmospheric introduction music is adequate enough, but you've heard it 
several times before. Actual in-game sound effects are few and far 
between. This is about the only disappointing thing about Beneath a 
Steel Sky. A nice touch of gentle music playing throughout wouldn't 
have gone a miss. 

I know there are people out there who don't Jike their adventur 
ing thought-processes disturbed by meddlesome tunes,, but for 
those kind of people there is always the volume switch. 

Some of the in-game sound effects are feally bad, especially 
the a&arm at the beginning of the story which sounds like a 
bad case of flatulence, and although it does cause much / 
hilarity it isn't really an excuse for bad sound [ T 
effects. 



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Visually, Beneath a Steel Sky is just about as sexy as Amiga 
graphics get. I guess a lot of it is down to the amazing tal- 
ents of Dave Gibbons who not only is responsible for 
designing part of the actual game and treating the hack- 
ground graphics, but also kindly provided Beneath a Steel 
Sky with a brilliant scene-setting 8-page comic book. 
The game starts with a brief, but well-animated introduction 
of the security helicopter crashing with the hero escaping amidst a halt of bullets, but 
then you ace plunged straight into the actual adventure. 

Revolution's adventure features some exceptional character sprites and some jaw- 
droppingly good backgrounds arid when compared to previous ctames of this genre it 
literally outihines them all. 

The animation is smooth and fluid and you really get a sense that each sprite has its 
own character and personality. Even just small sections of Beneath a Steel Sky are 
worth mentioning. 

For instance, if I told you there's a bit where a cat 
jumps off a bed, you wouldn't be that impressed, but 
it is so well animated that you actually feel like telling 
everyone about it- 

I have tried, but failed to knock the graphics in the 
game simply because they are so damn perfect, I doff 
my cap to Dave Gibbons and the graphic artists that 
have obviously worked so hard on Beneath a Steel Sky, 



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Burke's Ho 

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By unrig nnr of the ttflttlttais 
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a wealth of information about 
fhe eity and Its residents 



There are loads of previous adventures I could com- 
pare Beneath a Steel Sky to, in fact far too many to 
name here, but classics like The Secret of Monkey Island 2 spring ta 
mind. 

There are certain points in Revolution's graphic adventure 
where humour pops up and this is very reminiscent of the wir. 
cisms found in US Gold's swash-buckling Monkey Island 2. 

One of the better adventures that you could compare it to is i 
previous release of Revolution Software, Lure of the Temptress. 

Lure featured some luscious graphics , some good atmosphere 
sound effects and incorporated the then revolutionary Virtu*: 
Theatre system. 

The story is all about a chap called Diermont and his mission to 
free the Turnvale Village from the evil clutches of Selena, i 
apprentice sorceress 

At the time the game received a walloping 92% and a Gamer 
Gold award. The reviewer at the time summed Lure up by saying 
"If you're the more patient type of gamer who wants a challenge 
that will give you months of enjoyment, look no further than Lin* 
of the Temptress". 




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Beneath a Steel Sky is just about one of the belt 
graphic adventures I have played to date on the 
Amiga. Everything about it just oozes quality and 
over the last couple of weeks it's been a real pleasure 
to play- 
Before I praise it anymore I should point out its 
few unfortunate faults. Firstly, it comes on IS (count 
'em!) disks and you will .without a shadow of a 
doubt, need a hard drive. The actual installation pro- 
cess takes well over an hour, but why it should take 
this long is completely beyond me. 

I played Beneath a Steel Sky on the A1200 and it 
kept crashing about every 1 5 minutes, It's not just me 
either because another member of the AC team, who 
was as deeply engrossed in Virgin's adventure as me, 
experienced the same problems. 



Putting these faults, which do take the edge off 
the actual brilliance of the game, aside, I would 
heartily recommend Beneath a Steel Sky to any 
adventure fan. Why da I recommend it though? 

Well, the graphics are good enough to marry and 
have children with, the gameplay and actual story- 
line are first-rate, it's easy to play and you just 
couldn't wish for a better adventure. 

The actual puzzles contained within the game do 
vary from the obvious to the baffling, but you have 
a lot of fun trying to work them out and when you 
do a sense of achievement washes over you, 

Beneath a Steel Sky is not aimed at the very 
young market though, because it does have a small 
amount of swearing and innuendo contained 
within it. Nothing that shocking, but I'd just 



thought I'd let you know. 

Beneath a Steel Sky was just a whisker away fro* 
getting a Platinum award, but due to the arnou- 
bugs I suffered I'm now a little bitter and I've conse- 
quently knocked the score down. No matter . 
software comes out, there is little excuse for le 
bugs get into a game. 

Revolution Software have surpassed the amar^ 
Lure of the Temptress with their latest adver 
and I congratulate them on making such a 
adventure game. If it doesn't go to the top c 
software charts then I think there is simply m 
in this world. 




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he American Civil War has long vied 
with the exploits of Napoleon and 
Wellington as the war gamer's 

favourite gaming period, 2nd there have been a few mostly ill-fated 

attempts to bring the sweep t>i this continental struggle to the small 

screen over the years. 

Impressions, whose games have in trie past covered just about every other 

area of conflict, have entered the fray with a game aimed at those who enjoy 

marshalling lead figures around a tabletop, and those who prefer a more 

behmd-the-fmes strategic involvement, 

Creating a playable computer game which mimics the movement of thou- 
sands of troops on a battlefield is notoriously difficult, and when this is paired 
with a strategic overview of a four-year war, the t»k becomes a little daunting. 
Can Impressions pull it off? 




When the South began the bom- 
bardment of Fort Sumter, 
Charleston, in April 1961, they 

were taking the first armed steps in 
a war which was to last four years 
and tost the lives of 617 r OOO 

Americans, two-thirds of whom 
were destined to die in the charnel 
houses that were the hospitals of 
the time. 

Despite the initial successes of 
the Confederate forces, their early 
military superiority, dashing tactics 
(particularly in the Shenandoah val- 
ley under Jackson and LongrtreetJ, 
and fanatical commitment could 
only delay the day when northern 
industrial and numerical superiority 
ground them into the dust. 

Bull Run, where Stonewall 
Jackson earned his nickname, was 
to be followed by a succession of 
victories and defeats until the turn- 
ing point of the war .at Gettysburg. 

There the Confederate invasion 
of Pennsylvania died, along with 
23,000 Union troops and 28,000 
Confederates, and Robert E Lee had 
suffered his first defeat. 

The psychological effect of the 
battle on both sides was immense, 
and the North gradually pushed the 
Rets back until, on April 9, 1865, 
Lee signed the terms of his surren- 
der to his old rival Ulysses 5 Grant 
in the courthouse of a tiny town 
called Appomattox, 

IIiote nothing left for 
mj to (to but si and 

see General Grant, and I mould rathiir dii? 

a thousand death5 

General Rob-erf f 
Lee just before hs 
surrender to Grant 

It had been the bloodiest war in 
US history, more costly even than 
World War 2 was to prove. 






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~~e game's graphics vary in quality and consistency depending upon which screen is. 
:wng viewed, so while the static information screens and the strategic maps are 
>jite well drawn, the representation of battles is poor and based entirely on the 
I existing Impressions battle system which hasn't changed much for a couple of years. 

To the tabletop fanatic used to pushing immaculately modelled and painted fig- 
wres across intricately detailed fake countryside, the battle scenes will be a particular 
sisappointment. Soldiers are drawn in blocky lo-res and move jerkily across the 
screen, and the battlefields themselves are about as basic as one can get. 

On the other hand, information screens showing historical events from the war 
tsell are easy on the eye, and the map of Norm America is up to the task, 

Graphics during the manoeuvre and strategic phases of the game don't impress 
m an artistic sense, but they are good enough and the various control options are 
presented clearly and neatly. 

More realistic battle scenes would have given The Blue and the Gray a much bet- 
ter visual appeal, but as this is a more cerebral game than most,, it is not as damag- 
ing a weakness as it might otherwise' have been. 



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without becoming too gruesome, the game does make an 
attempt at battle ngises, with musket volleys, neighing 
horses, and booming cannons at the appropriate moment, 
but there's a distinct lack of other touches. 

I would have liked a Rebel Yell when the Confederates 
charge (which, true to life, they often do in this game), and 
some sort of general battle hubbub, but overall the sound 
isn't too bad. Music is OK as far as ft goes, which isn't far, 
and there are a couple of attempts at the battle hymns of 
the time. 



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Split into strategic and tactical sec- 
tions, the game's simulation of the 
Civil War is by no means perfect, but 
it is good enough given the limita- 
tions of a twg-clisk package and a 
four-year continental war. 

Strategy is probably the weakest 
section, and player; are limited in 
what they can do to affect the out- 
come of the war. Using train and 
ship transports properly, destroying 
railway lines, and judging where and 
when to commit reserves or raise 
new divisions are the only real 
strategic decisions. 

As the north's victory was so 
dependent upon its numerical and 
economic strength aided by a naval 
blockade, some sort of economic 
dimension to the game would have 
helped- However, as the war itself 
consisted mostly of attempts to 
locate and destroy as many enemy 
troops as possible, the lack of more 
subtle elements is acceptable. 

In battle mode, poor graphics 
don't help much, but the battle syv 



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Sixty per cent might seem a generous score for a game which 
falls over in the graphics side and has a few simulation flaws, 
but as Impressions are aiming at the war gaming fan and as 
the battle system is basically sound, The Blue and the Grey 
comes over as a reasonable attempt at an extensive and 
unwieldy subject. • 

The superb manuals help a great deal, and as there are 
good campaign and battle tutorials the game should be 
approachable by nun-war gamers as well as the experienced 
weekend general. 

To aid the beginner, there's also an excellent 180-page his- 
tory of the Civil War which covers the material in some depth 
and in a very readable style- 
It takes some time and a lot of patience to get to grips 
with this game, particularly as the early battles Arm made 



more infuriating by the difficult mouse control when scrolling 
across the battlefield. 

After a few practice battles, though {in one of which my 
three division Union army was routed by a single under- 
strength Rebel infantry division) the pieces start to fall into 
place and the depth of the battle system starts to show. 

Fighting out a huge affair, such as the first battle of Bull 
Run, can take a very long time, because when there are 
30,000 soldiers cm each side you have to knock speed right 
down and scroll back and forward like a mad thing to keep 
track of what's going on. 

Add the fog of war option and unit re-supply and things 
become even trickier and time<onsuming. 

On the whole, though, the war gaming fan will find 
enough in this game to warrant buying it, particularly as the 
tabletop variety takes even longer to organise and play. 
Other gamers will scratch their chira in a thoughtful manner 
and give it a wide berth, but that's only to be expected. 



tern itself is well worked out, Troops 
can be grouped into large forma- 
tions or used as individual units, and 
they can be told to form lines two 
deep, assume skirmishing formation, 
or even squares. 

Each unit has its own firepower, 
attack, and defence ratings as well 
as troop quality and morale, all of 
which have a direct result on game- 
play, and different weapons can 
have an effect too. 

Union troops, for example, have 
the Sharps and Enfield carbines 
whereas Confederates use mostly 
older muskets, and cavalry can be 
told to use either sabres for maxi- 
mum effect in charges, or carbines 
for mgre static manoeuvres. 

In play, moving troops around can 
be a real pain, and the control sys- 
tem during battles is rather clunky at 
times. However, so long as the battle 
speed is kept down (there are tef 
settings), tabletop players should 
feel at home with most elements. 

If you can see past the graphics 
and have the patience to p>ay 
a full battle, then there is a gooa 
war gaming system trying to brea* 
free of the game design, and V 
the genre should find enough itpt 
to keep them going. 



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INTRODUCTION 



interest for lovers of this genre. 

Now, with the help of Morbid 
Visions, Psygnosis are re-entering 
the RPG market with the highly 
stylised Perihelion, 




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ultimate demise of 
the human race? 
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emanate from the 
void, Simon Clays 
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world of Perihelion 



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Both the introduction and in-game music havt 
obviously been given some thought. How many 
time's in the software world has a game hid a 

graphical style that didn't quite match the feel o* 
the music? Countless, 

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Dungeons & Dragons title. While it's still largely a first-person 3D title, the desig 
ers have attempted to tread a different path on many other aspects Df the ga^r 

For instance, many titles of this genre have a very similar style for represent* 
spells and spellcasting. They are either awarded on graduating your cha 
rank r found lying around in comers of arcane buildings, or bought from doa 
magicians. 

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ancient, technocratic society which ail but vanished in the aftermath of a nuclear 

tlOlatflUSt. 

The principle relic, as a reminder of that era, is a ruined metropolis named 

Mid Light Our tale begins on thi-s strange -futuristic world of Perihelion, where the 
society if constructed of mutants and surgical and genetically enhanced groups, of 
humartoids. 

One such character is Finian, a Bionncron, and student of psionics. It's during 
his pilgrimage to the Psionic Training Institute that the plot unfolds. 

As part of his mental separation of mind and body, he must approach the 
school through the desert, After a hazardous passage, Finian finds himseff in his 
simple room enduring a preparatory state of meditation before he faces the time 
of the Mann is. 

As he meditates deeper, putting aside the physical pain he has faced through 
the desert, Finian has a vision. He is out in the desert again, only this time he's not 
alone. 

Finian feels a force, an entity so powerful it totally engulfs his soul. He can only 
gaze in horror as this great evil moves about him, eventually yanking him high 
into the air 

Suddenly, the entity relinquishes its grip on and he spirals towards the yellow 
sand below him, As the dusty void immerses him, he hears a voice, a foreboding, 
malevolent boom that tells him that the time has come. 

The story is relayed back to the head of the institute, who having called a 
meeting of the Council, informs them that he senses danger, and that their leader 
Rex Helion must know of these events. 

As a response to Finian's prophecy. Rex Helion orders that Project Awakening 
must be initiated, the premise of which is to safeguard against this unhewn evil, 
thus ensuring the future of Perihelion. 

So. there they stood. Six unborn souls ready to do battle with a malignant 
force that has itself yet to be born. To Rex Helion, Emperor of Perihelion it 
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tional sci-fi feel. Many of the themes of cyber- 
punk societies with neural networking and 
genetically manufactured humanoids are cen- 
tral to the core of the title, These images have 
been very well Implemented, especially the 
head-shots of the six genetic warriors you control 
during play, 

The infro sequence too has been well handled. It 
blends moody futuristic city landscapes with some excellent snippets of 
animation, and works to great effect. 

Though play is a montage of styles, it's comprised mainly of 3D first 
person perspective. This again, is highly stylised, and feminded me of a 
downtown Mega City 1 from Judge Dredd. 

Its only let down is the repetition of locations. As you wander around 
the deserted ruins of cities, turning one corner or looking at a building 
entrance soon leaves you feeling as though you've inherited some of 
the aforementioned psionic powers of precognition. 

Still, on the whole Perihelion looks the part. One can teil that some 
trouble has gone into the design, arting and feel of every screen that 
the user interacts with. 

To the designers credit, much of the effort and polish that have gone 
into this aspect rubs off on the user's enthusiasm and make it 
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bols. The computer network that your mutated characters can log on to and 
access, is also a nice extension of concurrent themes. 

Not only does it feel right that your characters should have the technological 
insight to be able to perform such a task, but its also relevant to the completion 
of the story. 

The only aspect of Perihelion that let it down slightly was the combat, Ifs a 
completely understandable notion to take the user to a separate screen to com- 
mence battle; it grants the opportunity to make tactical decisions, aim and effect 
repairs. But it's where, if a computer game can ever manage it, the fantasy of 
being real is lost. 

However, while ifs a little samey in places, Perihelion is a very competent 
adventure, and I look forward to the next offering from this development team. 




Many of the characters in the game have 
undergone cybernetic surgery. The term 
cybernetic is derived from the Greek kuber* 
nan, "to steer". 

It's the science concerned with how sys- 
tems organise, regulate, and reproduce them- 
selves, and also how ihey evolve and learn. 

In the laboratory, inanimate objects are 
created that behave like living systems 
Applications range from the creation pf elec- 
tronic artificial limbs to the running of a fully 
automated factory where decision-making 
machines operate up to management level. 

Cybernetics was founded and named in 
, 1947 by US mathematician Norbert Wiener, 
\ originally the study of control systems using 
feedback to produce automatic processes. 

The idea of cybernetics became that 

popular that TV series were spawned, the 

most popular being that irrepressible man 

in the red tracksuit Steve Austin, none 

other than the Six Million Dollar Man. 

Through the eighties ideas were expanded. 

and with special effects technology vastly 

improved, films like James Cameron's 

Terminator were born. 



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amplify the mood of the play to 
great effect. 

Whether it be the grunt of 
an angry ore, or the howl of 
wind through the trees in the 
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Classic isometric action, Darkmere 
is best compared with titles like 
Cadaver (if anyone remembers it), 
and very recently Gremlin's Legacy 

of Sorasil (Amiga Computing No 
73, Silver Award winner). 





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Consisting of three different levels, Darkmere uses a richly stylised technique El 
is brimming with detail, For example, as you approach the tavern the signpost i 
door is swinging in the wind and the lights that illuminate the paths flicker k 
light as a breeze passes. 

The landscape is also extremely detailed with masses of 
graphical objects to examine, search and interact with. 
The animation of your muscle-bound Eoryn, and 
indeed all of the characters within Darkmere, is 
extremely well executed. The character sprites are 
fairly large and move and fight extremely 
smooth ly. 

As you journey around the many varied loca- 
tions you'll encounter many little extra anima- 
tions that, although unrelated to the plot, add 
that extra dimension of realism. 

For instance, as you make your way around the 
town you'll encounter r$ts, and during a forage 
through the forest, rabbits hop by. 

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Set in times of olde f Darkmere is a sad tale gf unrequited 
love. Its plot follows the fortunes of King Gildorn and his son 
Ebryn. As a young man, Gildorn killed an evil dragon, but 
was ousted from his homeland for interfering in human 
destiny 

Back in his own land, Gildorn was proclaimed King and a 
time of great prosperity and order began. Sometime later a 
young female elf was found wandering the outskirts of the 
surrounding forest. 

Remembering nothing but her name, Berengaria was 
given shelter by the King. Over the following months King 
Gildorn grew closer to Berengaria, eventually falling in love 
with her. 

The romance blossomed and a wedding soon followed. 
Glad tidings continued with the news that Berengaria was 
pregnant, and following tradition, Berengaria disappeared 
into the forest to give birth. 

Time passed, and when the queen did 1 not reappear, 
Gildorn became anxious and decided to go searching for her. 



For days he rode, then in despair he came across a leafy 
glade and found a new born child, his son. 

Years passed and the son grew stronger, but the queen 
never returned. The King grew more and more melancholy 
as still she didn't return. Instead he took to gazing into his 
crystal, staring for hours and hours upon time in a wain 
search for his beloved Berengaria, 

The more he gazed, the more the land became a magnet 
for evil. The ores returned, thieves and cut-throats every one 
of them. They ravaged the land and went undetected by the 
King as. he withdrew further into the crystal, 

Greater evils were rumoured to be spreading around the 
surrounding lands and forest- Eventually Ebryn approached 
his distressed father and told him he was going to restore 
the kingdom to its former glory. 

Agreeing that his sorrow has caused neglect, Gildorn tells 
Ebryn to find his old friend, Wait ha r the Mage. To aid Ebryn, 
Gildorn gives him his Elven Blade that is bestowed with Elven 
power, and a crystal that will allow Ebryn to call for help 
from him. 

With that Ebryn leaves the castle and sets off to uncover 
the malodorous evil that curses the land. 



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Questing for good has been a talent 
the Anglo Saxons have relished in for 
many centuries. Perhaps our most 
famous religious liberator is Richard I 
(the Lion-heart). King of England 
from 11B9, he spent all but six 
months of his reign abroad fighting 
for Christianity in the Middle East. 

Richard and his knights believed 
that Sal^d in and his Muslim followers 
were in dire need of religious instruc- 
tion through force. This is regardless 
Of the fact that the Muslims tolerated 
gentiles, and lived side by side until 
the Christian invasion, 

In the third crusade of 1191-92, 
Richard won victories at Cyprus, Acre, 
and Arsuf, but failed to recover 
Jerusalem from Saladin. 

Salad in was sultan of Egypt, and 
born of Kurdish blood. He was 
renown for his knightly courtesy, and 
made peace with Richard in 1192. 

Following this, Richard returned 
home to claim his throne from his 
brother John. Unhappy with peace, 
Richard looked closer to home and 
duly went to war with the French. In 
1 199 he died fighting in France. 



This must surely rate as one of the best 3D isometric 
adventures ever to appear on the Amiga. It possesses 
a haunting style that is completely unique, and sel- 
dom achieved in many computer titles. 

Character interaction is extremely simple to grasp, 
and the menu system which helps you negotiate your 
character through a seemingly endless environment 



is the essence of simplicity to use. 

However, by for the most impressive focet of 
Darkmere is the graphics. They pay such attention to 
detail and create such a mood that it gives the 
adventure an immediate head-start over everything 
else it competes against. 

If I had a criticism - and it's only a minor one - it's 
that the majority of battles that you engage in are 
exactly the same and don't require any particular skill 
to win. For example, whenever you fight against one 



of the abundant supply of ores, you just hold your 

Fire button down, point the joystick into one of 
the attack positions, and the stupid ore just 
keeps walking into you until it spontaneously 
combusts. 

Nevertheless, Darkmere is a pretty classy title. It's 
contained in a huge playing area Cbe prepared to 
map), has interesting and very moody graphics, and 
contains objectives and puzzles that wifl hold your 
attention for a good while. 



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INTRODUCTION 



Overhead shoot-'em-ups have quite 
a heritage in computer games his- 
tory. Starting with the fiendishly 

addictive Robotron. a genre was created and continued down 
the yean with the likes of Gauntlet Commando and Smash TV. 
TtK latter title received some press coverage over the amount 
of blood spilled with each kilting and now, with Total Carnage, this tra- 
dition continues. 




First came Robotron, then Smash TV, its 
violent sequel. Now, from Ice, comes a game 
with blood and bikinis - Tntal Carnage, a 
conversion of the Williams coin-up. 
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Out of nowhere came the power-mad General Afchboob who is as mentally balanced 
as Jack Nicholson in The Shining. While the latter was restricted to a single hotel and 
a fire axe, unfortunately the former has access to an arsenal of missiles and the entire 
world. 

He has managed to create an army of mutants from radioactive waste produced at 
his nuclear generator. With his endless supply of disposable creatures and hostages. 
the G eneral is ready to take on the g I o be a nd claim it as h i 5 own . . . 

Only two men are brave, strong and simple-minded enough to even consider tak- 
ing on the General at his own game - Captain Carnage and Major Mayhem, the 
Doomsday Squad. 

The simple directive is to enter the com pie*, rescue hostages, disable Akh boob's 
forces, get inside his stronghold and go after the big man himself 




Violence has always sold games, From the early days 
of IK+, Barbarian and Moonstone, to the recent 
Mortal Kombat featuring spinal columns being 
ripped out of opponents, it's clear that blood-letting 
is § money spinner. 

Total Carnage comes from the makers of Sma&h 
TV, a game which included multiple bloody deaths in 
a glamorised scenario. While the argument rages 
between software compamies and parental/teaching 
groups to find out what kind of effect this all has on 
the younger generation, plans have already been 
mobilised by ELSPA (European Leisure Software 
Publishers' Association) to introduce a voluntary rat- 
ings system to guide the parent on the most suitable 
purchase for their youngster. 

Total Carnage is not a title to be that concerned 
about -while the enemy may explode in a shower of 
blood, there are no screams of pain-or burning 
corpses as found in such titles as Syndicate or Mortal 
Kombat and the gore is very much in the comical 
sense, especially with the cartoonised and rough- 
looking graphics, 




If you're a shoot- J em-up fan 
and are after two-pl. 
games that pump 
adrenaline and pack a chal- 
lenge, then side-step T 
Carnage and go for Cha« 
Engine, Alien Breed 2 
Llamatron, a PD title by ,i~ 
M inter. The latter features 
excellent sampled sol 
crude early 80s Style graph .a. 
but superior gameplay 
with power ups and r 
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The overhead viewing angle is, in most cases, an effective 
one and Total Carnage is- no different. The largest prob- 
lem with the presentation is that the graphics of the 
sprites and the backdrops simply took worn and crude 
compared to the likes of Chaos Engine and Alien Breed 2 
which were released a few months ago. 

The characters' legs have a remarkable per 
spective where it seernsthey shrink from the 
pelvis down into feet that take size 
shoes. While it is appreciated that the 
graphic artist was simply trying to achieve 




a realistic look for the overhead angle, it simply doesn't 
work. 

The animation is lair on the whole with the relatively 
bloody deaths of mutant soldiers as they explode on 
meeting a bullet. The scrolling is slow and fixed - when 
the game wants you to move, you move and if it doesn't 
you stay where you are or risk walking face first into a 
homicidal axe-wielding maniac. 

Another regular difficulty is moving your way to the 
top of the screen and having to wait for the slow 
scrolling to catch up. And like much enhanced 
software, it's hard to see why this is specifi- 
cally .in At 2 00 version. 



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With this kind of licence, the sound is usually a clash of music, 
screams and other high pitched, audience-grabbing aural 
effects. 

Surprisingly, Total Carnage is a little restrained in this depart- 
ment - there is no music over the intro and option screens and 
during the game itself, gunfire and the impart of bullets make 
up the main bulk of the sound. These admittedly are solid 
effects and add impact to the gameplay. 

Speech is also a welcome inclusion with a voice crying out 
"total carnage" as a wealth of mutants waddle on to the screen 
towards you. Other samples include the hostages who cry for 
your help, and when retrieved thank you for your time and 
effort, 

Sadly enough the only women to appear in the game are 
wearing bikinis with a ball and chain who flatter your ego every 
time you rescue one of them by proclaiming that you are a hero 
in a bimbo voice. Equal rights have yet to enter the gaming 
arena... 



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Shoot-'em-ups have become some of the most tired 
releases in software. With the steady increase of 
technology and companies opting out of fresh, origi- 
nal and playable ideas to stick firmly with the easy 
road of licences, customer's wallets are beginning to 
suffer more and more. 

Total Carnage is a typical example of a reasonable 
conversion of an average coin-op that will sell simply 



because* of the name and hype attached to it. If you 
enjoyed the original then you'll glean a certain 
amount of satisfaction from this. 

Indeed, the proceedings can be relatively involv- 
ing, especially in two-player mode, and with 20 bat- 
tle zones to wage war through, there is certainly a 
hefty challenge to be met. 

The numerous power-ups for weaponry and air 
strikes also add incentive to see how much damage 
you can cause in the shortest amount of time. 

At the end of a wage-earning day, though, and 



after reaching into your pocket and fishing 
out £30, Total Carnage is not really worth the 
money. 
The action, while constant, is never really 

adrenalin pumping and has more in common with a 
hard slog with the Fire button than exciting and 
spontaneous play. 

The graphics also detract appeal from the 
overall package, leaving Total Carnage with 
averageness as its main quality, and consumers 
with a dry and tepid emptiness in their wallets. 



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of their recent wa<-'em-up 
Cannon Fodder, Virgin 

seem to be continuing on the warmongering path with this, 
/ their latesl offering, Ai" 

Borrowing many of its ideas and looks from the film 
Apocatypsp Now. the game suggests the scenario of the Vietnam war 

Political correctness is abandoned as you take control of your heli- 
copter, massacre enemy soldiers with a vast array of weapons and 
destroy their bases and artillery. 

The game was the original idea of development team Strangeways, 
who disbanded the project leaving it in the capable hanch of Miracle 
Games. 

Their aim was to create a product for the Amiga that was worthy of 
an arcade machine, And now after what seems tike an eternity the 
title is finally here. Hut was it worth the wait? 



Tina Hackett dodges the 
napalm as she reports 
from Virgin's latest war 
zone, Apocalypse 




Mankind must put en end 
to war or mar mill put an 
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A great deal of the atmosphere 
has been conjured through the 
excellent sonics resulting in an 
almost chilling realism. From small 
details like the background jungle 
effects to the many different 
weapon noises, they all combine to 
portray an authentic war zone 
atmosphere. A vital factor in a suc- 
cessful shoot-'em-up is how accu- 
rate the weaponry sounds. 
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ing hundreds of prisoners. Chosen from one of the Elite, it is your mission to destroy the 
enemy forces and rescue as many prisoners of war as possible. 

Find the five key enemy bases situated in the dense jungle, attempt to blow up the 
battleship docked somewhere on the island and rescue your best buddy being held in • 
ruined temple in the heart of the jungle. 

Above all, rescue captured scientists and military experts. A medical team is at yoL- 
disposal. Use your piloting skills and the multitude of weapons available to you to get 
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the Vietnam war and 50 a title of this nature will inevitably raise 
questions on moral implications. 

As the conflict was so controversial in the first place and com- 
paratively recent, the game could cause offence. More so per- 
haps across the Atlantic than here, but even so it is perhaps 
worth considering the inspiration behind the game. 

The routes of the conflict can be traced back to 1954, to the 
Geneva Convention when Vietnam was split into the Communist 
North and the Pro-Western South, right up until 1975- It was 
later known as "America's longest and most unpopular war". 

For the first time the full horrors of war came under the 
scrutiny of the' genera I public via the new medium: of television. 
Anti-war protests broke out, some resulting in outbreaks of vio- 
lence. 

One such protest took place on October 15, 1969, This was 
the Vietnam Moratorium, and was the biggest anti-war demon- 
stration ever organised in America 

The war resulted in the toss of 200,000 South Vietnamese sol- 
diers, one million North Vietnamese soldiers and 500,000 civil- 
ian*. Losses were also high on the American side with 56,555 U5 
soldiers killed between 1961-75, a fifth by their own men. 

For instance, in August 1966 20 US soldiers died when US 
planes accidentally napalmed their own troops, Neutral 
Cambodia also suffered, estimating one million killed or 
wounded by US bombings. 







Apocalypse is a multi-direc- 
tional parallax scroller 
which makes for a techni- 
cally stunning game. The backgrounds update at 
the same rate as the helicopter flies giving a con- 
vincing feeling of flying over the terrain. 

Jungle settings have been cleverly used to 
recreate the terrain almost to the extent of look- 
ing like a scene from the aforementioned 
Apoalypie Now. The immense amount of fore- 
ground and background detail make Apocalypse 
astound ingly authentic. 

However, the multi-layered batkdropsand dif- 
ferent levels of platforms used causes problems, 
especially when gameplay becomes hectic 

One moment's lack in concentration and you 
find yourself exploding into the ground as it Is 
sometimes difficult to make out which is merely 
foreground detail and which is a landing plat- 
form. 

Sprites are well-animated and despite their size 
show a great amount of detail, displaying all the 
gory effects of explosions. 



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As far as being a highly realistic war game goes, 
Apocalypse looks and sounds the business, evoking a 
powerful Image of war, But it does verge on the 
excessively difficult side, and although this provides 



longevity, the game becomes exceedingly 
frustrating, 

It is also let down by the fiddly control system, and 
although the helicopter is easy to fly, the Fire button 
serves the same function for both weapons and 
changing direction resulting in firing accidentally - 
sometimes at your own men. 



More depth in the gameplay, rather than just an 
advanced srtoot-'em-up, would have benefited the 
game, and a save game option would have removed 
some of the frustration. 

However it is graphically brilliant and the realistic, 
sampled sound effects make the game stand out 
above others in this genre. 



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a Ik outside and collect the beef. Goto the 
centre of the forest, Wear the beard to go 
J into the dwarf mine. You will find a dwarf 
with a spear; offer him a bribe or simply give him the 

beer 

Walk back up the stairs, go pail the dwarf at the 
table and enter the mine Go to the door and you will 
see a hook which you should pick up. Try the door and 
talk to the dwarves, Leave Ihe mine md remove your 

beard, 

Keep walking left to the four paths, There you 
should take the top left path Yoy will come to the 
stone table. Now walk right back to the four paths. Go 
left and left again; you will find a wise owl- On talking 
to him, he will lose a feather which you can take. 

Go to the troll bridge. Going right you will lee the 
three paths again. Take the middle path to the right. 
Continue over the bridge and you will meet an Oaf- 
Talk to him and ask him about beans. Simon will walk 
away after watering the beans, Go back and look at 
the beans, and pick them up. 

Go to the centre of the forest. Put on the beard and 
go into the Dwarf mine. Go down to the drunken 
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shop walk left, right, taking the middle path. Wa ■ 
right and go flirt right. Use the watermelon on the 
sousaphone, Go to the centre of the forest and up the 
steps to the right, Walk into the cave entrance, 

Go right, into the house. Walk to the ladder, use 
hammer on the plank. Go to Scull Island and take the 
Frogsbane. Walk back to the ladder, Continue right a-: 
use the sousaphone Enter cave, remembering to reae 
the sign, In the cave, give the cold remedy to tl 
Dragon. Go back inside and pick up the fiBl 
extinguisher, 

Go outside and look at the boulder, using the hoot 
with the boulder (by clicking on boulder). Simon w' 
climb up, Walk to the hole. By using the rope with the 
magnet and then using them with the hole you can <o- 
led gold pieces - you'll need 4B. Walk behind cave aw 
take and look at the rock. Go to the village and wait 
through the middle archway. Use the rock on the anv 



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his back. Get the key and head upstairs. Enter 
the mine. Use the key on the door, go in and say 
to the Dwarf' "I've come to make you an offer" (and 
it's in the inventory). Give the Dwarf the beer voucher, 
saying "pah, think nothing of it". He Should reward 

you. 

Go to the village and through the archway to Dodgy 
Geeier. Give him the gem, making sure he doesn't rip 
you off. Now go to Calypso's cottage and use the beans 
in the compost. Pick up the watermelon. 

Go to. the front of the cottage, go right and then 
straight up behind Blacksmith's cottage. Go left and 
open the box. Look at the empty boxes. Pick and look 
at the speli book. 

Take the rat bone, use the paper on the door and 
the rat bone in lock, pick up the paper and use the key 
in lock. Walk out, take the bucket and go down stairs. 

Take the mints, pick up the Flaming Brand and open 
the Iron. Maiden, talk to the Druid, remove ring, and 
talk again, Use the bucket and Flaming Brand on the 
Druid, Quickly get into the Iron Maiden. Open Iron 
Maiden, go to the frog and get the hacksaw which you 
should use on the bars. Go back to the village and to 
the shop and pick up the hammer. Going out of the 



Go into the shop and pick up the white spirit. Leav - 
the shop, walk back through the archway and into the 
house- Give the Frogsbane to the frog and leave to go 
back through the archway to the hole. 

Talk to the hole and give the fossil to the hole 
Enter the cave and go right until you see the I 
Look at the dirt and take the Milrith Ore which yov 
can use with the anvil on going back to the village. 

Going back to the centre of the forest, talk to 
woodcutter. Enter his house and take the climbing p<- 
Use the fire extinguisher with the fireplace. Move 8 
hook and pick up the mahogany. Walk back to A 
fireplace to leave, to find the tree stump. Talk to the 
stump and go to the crossroads. 

Take the bottom right path and use the hair. Loot 
at the floorboards and use the woodworm with them 
Use the ladder with the hole. Open the tomb and ge 
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and the staff Go to the pub, into the back room, 

?v* the wizards the itaff, and pay them. 

Now go to the Dragon's cave. Behind it you will find 

does below the climbing pins, Go onto them, con- 

• iue right and talk to the tree, Use white spirit on the 

ipJodge and talk to the tcee again, Go to the 

h's cottage. Inside you'll find the Witch; challenge 

o a fight. 

Keep trying the magic word J on her until you defeat 

-f . She'll turn into a Dragon, an which you can say 

rDraradabra", turning her into a mouse, Click on the 

i» hole and escape. 
Go to the Dragon's cave, walk behind it and use the 
r'mbing pin in the hole. Wafk right and talk to the 
snowman, Consume the mints and walk up the step*. 

Now go to the Tower of Doom and walk to the door. 
fee the broom and consume the potion. Pick up the 
eaf, look at the bucket and pick up the stone, Go left 



and use the hair with the tap, Pick up the lily leaf and 
use the match stick with it. 

Sail to the seeds and take them, Use the itone with 
the seeds. Use the oil on the tap, move the hair and sail 
to the puddle centre. Talk to the frog and walk to him. 
Look at the edge gf the water and pick up the Tadpole. 

Talk to the frog, Consume the mushroom. Open the 
door and go inside. Pick up the branch, and go back 
and use it on the chest. Pick up the shiefd and the 
spear, 

Go down the spiral staircase. Move the lever. Pick 
up the chest and use it on the block. Move lever again 
and take candles, Use the spear on the skull and pick 
the skull up. Go upstairs to the bedroom. Take the 
magic wand and talk to the mirror, Look at the book. 
Take the pouch and use the sock in It. Use the pouch 
with the hole, 

Go upstairs, and look at and take the book and the 



chemicals. The chemicals can be used on the shield 
and the shieid used on the hook. Talk t< 
Demons, and talk again telling them you can send 
them back to Hell, Ask for their names and draw a 
square on the floor. Go down and talk to the mirror 
asking to see the Lab, 

Go back to the Demons, talk and send them back 
to Hell. Go into the Tefeporter and go to Render 
Talk to the attendant; look at the brochures. Use the 
Elastic band with the sapling. Pick up the pebble. 
Use the catapult with the bell, walk to the pits and 
across the bridge. 

Pick up the floor wax. Use the wand on Sordid. 
Go back to the counter. Take the matches {found on 
the right). Go back to Sordid and use the matches 
an the pits, Use the wand in. Lava. Now go back to 
Sordid 1 and use floor wax with Scrdid. 

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Although fairly old. Alien Breed is still an excellent arcade blasVem-up and an 
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Viewed from a top down perspective, you take on an alien army who have 
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inferno, which b currently being tipped by those 
in the know as the ultimate space game. 
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DID used for TFX, but they have updated and included 
some improvements into the graphics system- 
Way hack in September 1992, Ocean released a DID 



game software entitled Epic 
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space adventure to rival the 
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tain s world several times 
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ment for well over a year 
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Epic left off. You are invited 
to do battle anywhere 
through an entire solar system consisting of seven plan- 
ets, three moons, alien and human installations and 
interplanetary space 2anes. 

rfs basically a typical story about humans v$ aliens 
fighting a space war, You are taken on an impressive 
3D graphic journey around beautifully scrolling 
landscapes. 

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can sit back and watch the Inferno story unfold with 
incredible animations and characters that can actually 
talk. Now that CD technology has been introduced via 




Commodore's CD32, there are limitless options avail 
able to a software house when the time comes to di 
the music and sound. 

Although it does cost a lot more money, professional 
musicians can be drafted in to produce some startling 
and exciting pieces of music for today's games. The 
Manchester-based company initially pursued big-name 
artists such as the KLF or The Orb to provide the musical 
compositions. 

After much thought, Ocean appointed Nick and Mn 
fiend from the band Alien Sex Fiend to write the muvc 
that would hopefully bring that important bit of atmo- 
sphere into Inferno 

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the sounds for a computer game. They can be best 



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DID have one of the best 3D engines 
around and it's, been modified and 
developed over the last five years. Five 
or six graphic artists have been han- 
dling the 3D work for Inferno for well 
over eight months. 

Sean Hollywood, art and design 
director at DID, is the man most respon- 
sible for the superb visuals found in the 
game. 

"In termi of Inferno, development 
was first started to see jf we could logis- 
tically do what we wanted to We 
thought of some new design and 
graphical techniques that we would all 



like to incorporate into the whole pack- 
age as well as 3D techniques for the in- 
game stuff. 

'We develop on a number of multi- 
ple fronts. The design will go on in tan- 
dem with the technology as well as the 
artwork." 

Inferno features a comic which intro- 
duces the player to the characters 
within the game. The man responsible 
for the art found inside it is Sean 
Phillips, renowned 2000AD artist 
famous for, among other projects, his 
superb sketches of Judge Dredd and 
Devlin Waugh. "The comic is part of 




Sean Hollywood, BiO's art And design 
director, is the man rrtponfiblo for 
Inferno's amazing visuals 



the instruction manual - a kind of intro- 
duction to the characters and the world 
they inhabit. We sat down and decided 
that we wanted to concentrate on the 
interaction between the humans and 
aliens which isn't part of the game, but 
is something we were able to do 
extremely well in the comic." 

Sean continues, "The characters are 
science-fiction cliches. You've got a 
human, blonde- haired hero and you've 
got your ugly, evil aliens. The characters 
cart't die at the end, We've got to make 
sure they finish in the comic as they start 
in the game." 





Sean Phillips, the renowned 1600AD artist 
whose amazing talents have gone into 

if I'.itimj ttm Infrrnn instruction mnnu.it 

described as a Goth band and are heavily guitar-based, 

but they're also highly talented and can be incredibly 
diverse. They have over the last decade released 11 
albums and gradually built up a large and faithful fol- 
lowing. Once Alien Sex Fiend had discjssed exactly 




what Ocean wanted from 
them they set about writing 
the soundtrack, along with a 
guy called Barry Leitch. Barry is one of 
Ocean's top in-house musician who has been responsi- 
ble for the musk found in over 80 games including the 
forthcoming TFX. 

Nick Fiend found it a considerable change writing 
the music for Inferno. He compares the process with 
that of treating an album: 

"You get the same result - five weeks of differing 
moods. Although I'm not that musical I do know what I 
like, so it's relatively the same process except I haven't 
been able to mint it or put a guitar on it. All I could 
really do was direct which is very frustrating," 

The music has a very ambient feel to it. It's highly 
atmospheric and changes in conjunction with 
what's happening in the game, Alien Sex Fiend 
are hoping to give the soundtrack a more 
techno feel to it and then release it as a 
record inde pendent from the game 

CD32 owners have been 
going through what I 
can only call a soft- 
ware rough patch. 
Microcosm raised a * 
few eyebrows but 

although it had some pretty amazing graphics it was 
desperately lacking on the payability 
front. 

Inferno has superb graphics and sound, 
but more importantly DiD have spent a lot 
of time developing the gameplay, so CD32 
owners start saving your money Inferno 



Nic* and Mrs Fimd from 

curt band Alien Sex Fiend 
who along with Ocean's 
Harry Leitch created the 

jmoientitrrttna 
soundtrack 



At ftm irr from (hr itrrcnihDfi 

in this preview. Inferno looks 
absolutely amazing. Just wait 
until yuu tarn thvsr graphic* 
in motion f 



will become the game to buy for 
your machine. 
I personally think that DID's space game 
will become one of those titles that will delight 
every single gamesplayer. TFX and Inferno are ground- 
breaking as far as technological 
achievement is concerned 
and herald a new era in 
computer gaming. From 
now on things are only 
going to gel better.,, and 
better 




I tie in traduction sequence 
to Inferno will amaze you. 

,ind hy the tjjnc ycu'uv 

fayed the game you'll 
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and spend All their time fdrtd or 
course maneyj playing with 
conferencing systems, sending 
huge wads of cash every month to a big 
building in Qeveland, Ohio. 

While paying the bosses of CompuServe 
to drive expensive cars is fun for a while, H 
soon palls ancf you realise that what you 
want mast is Bo start your own system, and 
so not hawe to worry about paying for your 
orpine tune. 

Once you get Oast that initial top, you 
are into a vsy deep muddy puddte indeed, 
because while setting up a BB5 is physically 
quite easy, technically it is fraught with 
difficulties the larger your system gets. The 
trick is to start with a plan, and being the 
kind soul I am, I thought now would be a 
good time to tell you how it's all done. 

The Three Point Plan goei He this; there 
is a simple method, a medium method and 
really devilishly complex method. Vou can 
start at one End and wo* you way up to 



the most complex configuration, or jump 
right in at medium or complex, it's up to 
you. 

But J would advise that you hone your 
sysop stills on a smaller system before you 
start laying out dosh hand over Fist for a full- 
size ten iir»e BBS and conferencing system 
for the masses- 
It's one thing to ma*.e an error on a small 
system where you only have yourself to 
blame, out try cockmg up when you have 
1 00 angiy subscribed out for your blood. 
and you'll wish you d listened to my advice. 

SimPLEST 

The simplest sort of BBS can be set up in 

an afternoon, as you already have most of 
what you need m your machine, if you're 
into comms in any way that is. All you need 
is a computet [One Amiga: checklj a 
modem, and a bit or host software. 

Them? is a natty little one which comes 
with WComm which wifl do the job. All you 
have to do is set your modem to answer, set 
up the software and war for people do call. 



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Oh, and it would be a good idea to tell 
people you have set up a BBS or nobody will 
can youl 

You don't need to have another 
phaneline dedicated to the BBS, as you just 
have to limit the amount of hours the BBS is 
active, say oefween 9pm in the evening and 
Bam the next morning, or even just evenings 
at weekends, and such. Most BBS freaks will 
stay up late to catch a BBS- 

As Far as the hardware is concerned, the 
Amiga needs to have a hard disk to store the 
BBS software and make the system run 
reasonably fast. The modem should really 
handle speeds up to f 4,1 DO baud, although 
9,600 wifl suffice Thecomms software you 
use will generally be free or shareware, 
although if you really must spend the dosh 
there are some very good programs 
commercially available too. 

The following hints really go for all types 
of BBS. Before you can run a BBS. your 
modem needs to be atte to automarjciiHy 
pick up the phone and connect the user 
who's dialling you up to your computer. 

To set a modem to answer the phone you 
have to lype ATSQ=4, whitn is the Hayes 
code for autoanswer, the 4 in this case 
means that the phone will ring four times 
before being answered. 

To set the modem back to non-answer 
mode, simply jet ATStfcO Sometimes the 
software wrll handle this automatically, but 
check this out before you go typing in INfT 
strings. 

Secondly you have to .set up Ihe software. 
This can be easy or hard depending on the 
software, and usually just involves writing all 
the text foe the menus and messages which 



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the user will see on the system. This 
obviously involves a little bit of planning, so 
design what you'd like the system to 
include before you start menu hacking. 

Finally you have to advertise that your 
board is active and let people know what c 
ii they can expect if they call it. Is ft a 
machine specific board, full of Amiga i 
Is it about gardening or conjuring? Is it a 
full-colour, all-singing, all-dancing board 
designed for entertainment; or just a simpr 
text-driven information resource? 

Forward planning b everything in tha 
world, and if yotr want a system that 
people will come back to, it has to be 
clearly laid out and easy to use. 

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your hard disk for files., and limited amounts 
of files to download. 

You could expand thrs a lot if you have a 
CD-ROM with the Fred Fish Of Aminet 
software on it, but by and targe you'll be 
Tilted tD whatever software you already 
nave lying about. 

[fllCHV TITLE 

A few points: Think Of a tatchy title. 
Calling yourself the Greasy Sausage BBS is 
jnfikety [a wirt you many fans, e*cept 
perhaps among greasy sausage earers. 

Try something with a soencefietfon or 
fantasy flavour, like Crazy Robot. Grey Planet 
Wizard's Demesne, or Warrior j Tomb- The 
title of your BBS should reflect the kind of 



BBS it is, so slipping the word Amiga m 
there might help. 

If it features a lor of file and chat areas 
then the word Exchange is popular. 
Organise the menus is a Jogital way, and 
minimise the amount of input you demand 
from the punter 

Oh yes, and if your BBS software 
pemnrj, why not use 'ANSI colour graphics? 
These enhance the look of your board and 
make it look professional - unless you're 
no! so (lever with ANSI graphics of course, 
in which case it looks like disorganised 
crap. 

Once you have experienced running 
your own BBS on a single fine, and you've 
built up a user base of enthusiastic 
followers \Qf perhaps not], the time has 
come to enpand to the next levef of being a 
sysop - the dedicated fine, 

This involves getting a mew BT line 
running into your home 50 the BBS can run 
1 4 hours a day. OK, so people can onty 
access the system one at a tame, tout at feast 
they have a wider choices of times of day 
to call, especially with the new cheap 
daytime phone raies. 

If you are running a 2 4-hour BBS, then 
the trick is to expand your hard dis*. get 
better software which handres mwt 
features, and thereby increase the 
usefulness of your system. 

As you are starting to lay out money for 
your system, if may be as well have a 
subscription too, meaning that sooner or 
later you can make your money back on 
the stuff that you've paid out for. 

Subscriptions are best paid by cheque, 
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you can upgrade the user to a higher 
access level This could mean they have 
access to areas closed to the qencral non- 
paying putNic, or they could have unlimited 
time, as opposed to a non-paying guest 
limit of 30 minutes or so, 

To boost the amount erf uploads you get. 
you can alio get the software to specify 
UploadAtownlaad ratios erf 2: 1, SO to 
download one file the user has to upload 
two. or something like that or perhaps if 
you think that's a bit harsh, how about 1 :5, 
whae they have to upload one item for 
every five they download. Wow you're 
realry cooking, and the system is starting- to 
look and feel like a real system. 

After that the sky's the limit, If you BBS is 
commercial enough to pull in the users, you 
can add all sorts d' stuff with the money 
you'N make. Internet and Fidonet feeds, 
Usenet news, orvflne games, and most 
Important of all multiple lines. 

mULTIPLEK 

And in this day and age an ISDN Jine 
wouldn't go amiss. ISDN is a realty fast 
multiplexed system which allows not only 
64.000 bits per secand Put also two lines 
simultaneously 

So you can transfer fifes and talk to 
your bookie at the same rime! It only cost 
the same as two lines too, so if you are 
Hi lifting of this it might be a good idea to 
call BT for more details. 

Multiple lines in the conventional sense 
means one line for every serial port and 
modem on your host machine. This means 
you either have to get a fot of machines 
ail running the same software [not a good 
idea] or you have to get a multiple serial 
port card for your Amiga. 

The ones whuch spring to mind for this 
purpose are (he GVP 10 Extender board 
|S I99f, the Dual Serial Board from ASDG 
[S299|. and the Comports 8 [5479) and 
Amiga PCMCIA Senal Com ms Adaptor 
[$249} froth from Amiga Business 
Camputexs in ihe USA. The latter unit 
means you can add multiple ports to an 
AGOO or A 1 200 via the PCMCIA sloil 

If you earn a lot of money out of your 



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BBS you can even quit yaur job and 
become a full urne sysop, which has 
happened in a wide variety of cases it is a 
brg job, and you'll soon have to hire some 
help if your system gen really big. 

You will also quite eafty on have to 
declare your earnings from the system for 
tax purposes. This is simple, as all you 
have to do is hire an accountant (free 
until they do your accounts} and they will 
sort out ail this nasty paperwork for you 

All you have to do Is keep a record of 
how much you earn and how much you 
spend on the system, and you'll be 
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ANSI; Stands far American National 
Standards institute Generally refers to the 

ANSI Character set, the standard character 
set for computers, which although has 
certain inconsistencies between platforms 
like Amiga and PC, is the set used by BBS 
software. It alio refers tD the coloured 
graphics you see on BBSs. 

bandwidth: The amount oF information 
that can flow between two points at a 
given time. Also used eo denote the 

amount of information a person can 
absorb before their bran swells up and 
squirts out of their ears. 

baud rate* Pronounced "bored'. 
Commonly described as the rate at which 
your modem can send and receive 
information. Not the same as BPS. as baud 
rate is the amount of modulation changes 
per second on a grvert channel. Three 
hundred bits per second is 600 baud, il 
you want to be ptcky - see tuts per second 
orBPS. 

BPS: Bits per second. The number of 
actual bits [rather than modulation 
Changes) that a modem sends per second 
- see also baud rate 

Hay«; The Hayes command set is a set of 

codes understood by almost all modems in 
use today, based Dn a simple set of codes 
prefixed by the letters AT. So ATZ is reset. 
ATH is hang up and ATSQ=4 is auto answer 
in four rings, 



ISDN: Stands for Integrated Service Digital 
Network, and is the cmJy fully digital 
multiplexed tomms system we have. When 
I say "we". I mean anyone with (he money 
to have it installed. It replaces the old 
analogue way of doing things with a full 
digital network over normal EST" lines. It is 
expensive though 

R3212: One of the existing standards for 
serial ports, which just so happens to be 
the one adopted by the Amiga, Thi s 
identifies not only the type of port but the 
cables you need to use that port, 

shareware: Freely distributed software 
which you get to use for nothing for a 
specified time, but after thar time you have 
to pay the author. It's a very cosmic way 
for software to change hands, and does 
wonders for your karma, except if you 
don't pay yp and use the software far free, 
in whKh case you're damned for all time. 

terminal: terminals used to be dumb 
devices who's only job was to 
communicate with another computer. They 
consist of a screen, a keyboard and an 
RS232 socket, plus a bit of simple software 
m ROM. fou can emulate one of these old- 
fashioned devices with a terminal emulator 
program, like NComm. 



letters form the Inland Revenue because 
your accountant will get all the letters 
too and deal wrth that for you as well. 

Another slightly negative aspect of 
being a sysop is that you might 
unwittingly Tall foul of the law. if your 
BBS is discovered to contain any 
copyright software or porn, 

Piracy and porn are the scourge of the 
BBS business and every day you read in 
the trade press about a BBS being i aided 
and all the disks in the building being 
impounded as evidence 

This means not only any disks used by 
the BBS but also any disk befangi ng to 



you. your friends and also any hardware 
you own. like modems and computers 

etc. This can be a very expensive mistake, 
and it would be wise to avoid any 
possible problems by being very strict 
about what you allow people to upload. 

SHDI OFF 

Post warning messages state that 
anyone putting your BBS at risk by 
uploading suspect material will be shot 
off the system and not have their 
subscription refunded, to cover the 
administrative costs of sorting the mess 
out. 

Also you have to ensure that the 



system is virus free, by routinely checking 

everything which rs uploaded to the system. 
Being s sysop is fun, but you also rake on a 
great responsibility, 

The bonuses are that you are involved in 
something really good. Vou are getting 
people together and ail your online exploits 
can be free. Ail the people you meet are 
dialling you. so you don't pay a bean. 

And it could end up being your job, 
earning you fame and fortune, putting the 
planets in alignment - generally a Good 
Thing for all concerned. 

Sd that's it. Vou too can be the best sysop 
m the world, and all for the price of a bit or 
Shareware and a modem. £gf 




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[FrerJfish 7371 

A/toji host script for use with the 
outmoded Baud Bandit which as BB is not 
widely available any more, and a bit or a 
washout 

BBS 

IFfed Fish 30] 

A cheap Basic-coded BBS system, which 
could be re-coded into something smart if 
anyone could spare the time. 

[net Amiga 

IPerapettiue Software $139,951 
Fully featured BBS system, with scope for 

up to Z4 lines, wrth feeds for Frdonet and 
Usenet. Needs a hard disk and 1Mb of 
RAM, plus tOOfc for each additional line. 
From your local dealer or direct from 
Perspective Software. PO Box 4 D 1 9 1 , 
Redford Ml 48240, USA 
Tel: Old I [3 1 3)53 7-6 1 6B. 

DIG Professional 

[Teleprn TBirmalagies $2291 

A full professional BBS. comes bundled 
with Trapdoor and DIGMail and is the best 
ready to serve Fidonet package around, It's 
not a single program but an integrated 
suite which run together to form a very 



complex BBS operating system 

AS it needs ss 51 2k and a hard disk. Get it 
from your dealer or direct from relePro 
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Alberta TIP 3N4. Canada. 
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EHttlSIDH! 

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One of the finest and easiest to use 
commercial systems. Full GUI control. 
BBSUNK links BBSs together. Fidonet, Usenet 
and Internet mal, private mailboxes. QWK 
off line reader, and ARexx interface. 

A demo version is available. From your 
local dealer or contact Syscom Desiqn. 
POBox 452, Clair Shores, Mi fSOSQ. 

nComm 

iFiijd Fish BBll 

Shareware. Industry-standard comms. 
program with bonus Host mode 

IflCBBS 

I Fred Fish 8H3I 

Shareware. Used to be a really good 
system, but has since been overtaken by 
other freeware and shareware systems like 
TnnityBBS. 



TrinitqBBS 

I shareware I 

A really good system whtch is free to 
download from any BBS which has it. This 
is pretty much the best of the bunch, 
shareware wise, and deserves a look, II 
you can trace it. 

EliteBB5 

[Fred fish 1T±I 

A ir.Timtxl down orriine rrcssageand it 
handing system, which includes a message 
base, private mail, Me library, and support for 
XModem, Ymodem and ZModem Not bad. 

Henalinh 

HHil Global Inniputer [enter $165! 

Multi line BBS with Fidonet support, with 
extensive menu configuration to allow the 
system to look like any popular system or 
even to invent your own. 

Capacity for over 6,500 message and 
file bases, and compatible wKhXenollnli 
Paragon and AReux external door 
programs. 512k and hard drive needed. 

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n last month's issue we created 
the necessary drawers and s 
basic startup-sequence needed 
for an AmrgaDOS disk lo auto- 
boot Now we wrll be elding rhe necessary 
files to made the disk load with a minimum 
System environment. 

If you take a look at the startup-sequence 
we created last month you'll find that it n 
made up df the fallowing C commands - 
Echo. Assign, loadWB and EndCU. 

Any commands in the startup-sequence 
must be present in the C directory so you 
will need to copy the necessary files across 
front your Workbench disk. 
Type in the fallowing 



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As we add more commands to the startup- 
sequence so you will need to copy them 
into the C directory 

Certain applications require their own 
fonts. Fortunately, AmigaDOS compensates 
for this by storing fonts in the Fonts drawer 
and assigning the fabel FONTS; to H From 
the Shelf type in the following 



application is run it wril took for its- fonts in 
the FONT! assign directory. 

In order to give the disk MyOisk some 
default preference values we need to copy 
across the file systerrKonfigir/ation that 
resides in the Devs directory of your 
Workbench disfc. 

System-configuration is a smalf fife that 
contains simple preference information such 
as the default printer (Genenc), screen 
resolution and colours, 

Obviously, if you want more control over 
your prefer ences you will need to copy 
across Che Prefs drawer and associated fries, 
Don't worry about this far now as we wifl 
be explaining this in greater depth In a 
future issue, For the moment simply copy 
the systertHronfiguratiDn using the 
command below: 



■aisdi" «ypitl;f:n;i 



copy SEii:iyste«-[cir''!iJ'eti3- Is 
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Edit the startup-sequence again and 
underneath Assign ENV: Ram: type in: 



Asifjn FONTS; *joisk:f«ftti 



To save the startup-sequence press Esc. * 
and then Return. 

Wow, whenever you copy an application 
over to MyDisfc you can copy any necessary 
fonts into the Fonts drawer. When the 



At this point we may as wefl copy over the 
device driver hies as well. Device drivers are 
required if you want your workbench to be 
aWe to communicate with external 
hardware such as a printer or modem. 

The files we need are clipboard, device 
[controls writing and reading clips to CUPSJ; 
pdrdllel.device [controls access to me 
parallel portf, printer, device [controls access 
to the printer device, and serial, device 



Editing in Ed 



j r the text editor used to edit the startup-sequence features a wealth of word processor 
bifirjes. Below is a tot of some of the Ed editing Joeys and their erfects: 



Shift+up arrow 

ShrH+down ar? ow 

Shftt+teft arrow 

Shift+rlgh* at raw 

Ctrl*] 

Ctrl+E 

Ctrt#T 

Ctn>R 




Top of the file 
Bottom of the file 
Left edge of the Ed window 
End of the current line 
To nght edge of current »ne 
Start of the first line on the screen 
Start of the next word 
Space fallowing the previous word 
the next tab position 






12 line* down through the file |if possible} 

1 2 Arte up through the file (if possiblel 
Refresh the entire screen 
Delete the character left of the euro 
Defete the character under the cursor 

i [he cursor is over a space, alt spaces up to the next charauer are 
deleted. If the cursor is over s character, arl characters up to the 
next spaces are deleted 

Deletes all characters from the cursor to the- end of the line 
Deletes the entire Bne 
Quit Ed 
Save file 




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showing you how you can get a printer up 
and running from your auto-booting disk 
The devices above wifl then come Into use. 

We now need to add a Single fife to the L 
directory The file we need is tailed port- 
handler and basically provides the 
AiwgaDOS interface for the SEP:, PAR: and 
PITT: devices, These devices basically aftow 
output to printers and modems, 

Don't worry too much about them as 
once they are copied onto the disk the user 
need never worry about them again. To 
copy the file across use the following 
command: 



:Q£'j Uporr-htndler to tfDlsk:! 



Ijst. but by no means least we need to copy 
a couple of libraries across to the bbs 
directory The two fifes are called asUibrary 
and diskfont. library. Ait. library provides the 
file, font and screen requesters that 
AmigaDOi uses and DfskfDnt.librajy contains 
information that allows Workbench 3.0 to 
interpret fonts and read them. 

Diskfont's major advantage is that it arlows 
two or more programs to multitask [be 
loaded and running simultaneously) and use 
the same font. Copy these fMes across with 
the following commands 



copy libiriil., Henry ts HyHsiiUds 
COPY Ubcdrslfnnt.Litjrary to Nylittllihl 



Command 
syntax 

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